Maggi Jones

Maggi Jones grew up in Canada, and took her first trip at 6 weeks of age. Seeing other places has never lost its appeal and her world photographic portfolio illustrates this. Being an energetic traveller, she has cycled extensively through Central America, across Europe and Australia’s East Coast as well as scuba dived throughout the world, trekked in Nepal, Thailand, and Malaysia and survived local bus journeys throughout Morocco, India and Indonesia.

She now divides her time between London and Andalusia, Spain helping run cycling and active tour company Cycling Country, setting up a new newspaper (Insight Granada), and restoring a 16th century cortijo whilst working with well known British companies with her commercial photography. For photography, the preferred medium is the 35mm, panoramic or digital camera using natural light where possible. Slide, digital, infra red or cross processed films make up her work.

She has a Bachelor of Visual Arts and History and Bachelor of Education with Certified Art Teacher Training from Canadian universities and so her writing captures this desire to inform and interest others in little known places and experiences.

If you would like any further information, such as quotes for photographic or writing work, please contact Maggi.

Commercial Assignments

South West Trains Ltd
Images commissioned for station development projects
Calendar Photography 2005 & 2006
Annual Report 2004/5
Travel Safe Officers 2005
SWT Calendar 2005
SWT Annual Report 2004/5
SWT Calendar 2005


Shaftesbury Plc

Annual Reports 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
Annual Report 2001
Annual Report 2001
Annual Report 2002

Publicity Images Commissioned for Covent Garden, Carnaby Street and Chinatown (see website)
Annual Report 2004

IKRA Gallery
- Design & Photography work of publicity materials for Russian art exhibition

ECapital Restaurant - Design & Photography work

Rolfe Judd Planning - "London View" - Digital Image Collage commissioned by architectural firm

Soho Chinese Community Centre - Images commissioned for various occasions

Solo Exhibitions

“The Full English” – Photographic Exhibit – Carnaby St., London, UK - 2003

"The Full English" is a look at the culture of the greasy fry-up, which is an ongoing project by Jones in capturing this British tradition both in England and abroad in tourist resorts.

"Various Viewpoints" - Photographic Exhibit and Art works, Earlsfield Library, UK - 2002

"Eyes Opened" - Photographic Exhibit, Northcote Library, UK - 2002

"Indonesia" - Photographic Exhibition & Sale - Ariani, The Art of Living Ltd, Indonesian Furniture & Artefacts, London, UK - ongoing 2001/02

"Details of a Journey" - Photographic Exhibit, Croydon Public Library, London, UK - 2001

"Stolen Moments- Observations of Humanity"- Travelling Photographic Exhibition - April to August 2001
York Road Library, London, UK
Clapham Common Library, London, UK
Battersea Park Library, London, UK
Northcote Road Library, London, UK

"World Travel Photography"- Photographic Exhibition -The Global Citizens Forum, Toronto, Canada-1997

"Voyages- Southeast Asia"- Photographic Exhibition, Gallery in the Square, Peterborough, Canada-1997

Group Exhibits

"Wandsworth in View" - Travelling Photographic Exhibit - 2002
Wilditch Community Centre, London, UK
Wandsworth Town Hall, London, UK
Earlsfield Library, London, UK

Published Work

Battersea News, London, UK

Global Adventure Magazine, London, UK

Insight Magazine & Newspapers , Nerja, Spain

Korean Air, Inflight Magazine, Seoul, Korea

Living Spain, London, UK

Marco Polo Publications, Florida, USA

Modern Railways, London, UK

Peterborough Examiner, Ontario, Canada

Pie Image International, Seoul, Korea

Rail Magazine, London, UK

Southern Cross Magazine, London, UK

Spanish Fiestas, Online, Spain

The Best of Times Magazine, London, UK

TNT Magazine, London, UK

Travel Monthly News, London, UK

TravelMag, Online, UK

Vibrations, Ontario, Canada

Wandsworth Borough News, London, UK

Why Not Magazine, Seoul, Korea


From Baked Beans to Borscht – on the Road East” – Writing in progress (2005) is a travelogue on bicycle through ten different countries, all fascinating in their own right, although it must be said some are better bread bakers than others. Pitched at the active traveller or those who prefer their own armchair, in the age range of upwards of 25 years and with a wide experience level, I believe that this book will find growing appeal.

"Routes home to Beetley"- Chapter in the book "Burgess Family Tree", Markham, Canada - 2001

Volunteer Work

Tourism Concern - Organization forwarding ethical tourism – Member and Volunteer involved in developing their slide library of stock images for sale and usage.

Member of WWOOF – world wide opportunities on organic farms

All images and writing ©Maggi Jones 2005