Cambridge Jones is a renowned and award winning photographer. He was educated at Llanidloes High School, Powys, Wales, St Paul’s School, London, Christ Church, Oxford University and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
He has been asked to photograph five British Prime Ministers (from Sir Edward Heath to David Cameron), The Queen, Prince Charles and everyone from Al Pacino to James Bond.
He has variously been described as: ‘The Brit’s answer to Annie Leibovitz’ (The Wall Street Journal), ‘the most compelling photographer in the UK’ (Proud Galleries) and ‘the new Karsh’ (Canada TVAM Breakfast Show).
Exhibitions in the last year include The Lincoln Center, New York; Los Angeles Municipal Gallery; Moscow House of Photography (Red Square); Canary Wharf & The Proud Gallery in London; Millennium Centre in Cardiff and his current show in Chicago, USA.
Journalist, BBC News
Chair of Cognitive NeuroImaging
Vice-Principal of King's College London and Trustee of the V & A Museum
Assembly Member and Former Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats
Former Director of Porsche & BMW