Nov 2016 The Big Move

The big news this month is moving my business from the Winchester shop to my Southampton home. I stopped trading at the shop on 30th October and spent the first week in November moving the entire business into my home. I will continue to operate as a freelance photographer and to sell images of Winchester […]

100 Prints for the DEC Philippines Typhoon Appeal

Please help me raise some money for those who have lost everything in the devastating destruction caused by the typhoon in the Philippines. I am offering people the chance to buy any one of these four popular photographs (see below) from my collection, (sizes A3 &/or A4) for £20 less than their normal price. So […]

iPhoneography Project: August

Here are four of Joe’s August iPhone photos. Hope you all had a a break over the summer – at least we had some sun!    

iPhoneography Project: July

July saw rain, wind and even some sun! It saw the conclusion of Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine, the Olympic Torch made a visit to Winchester and the month also bore witness to the start of the 2012 Olympic Games in London. Despite all these events, Joe still had time to take a photo […]

Welcome to Bishop Tim

  In April, Reverend Canon Tim Dakin became the 97th Bishop of Winchester. Following his enthronement, Bishop Tim was presented with a book of statutes bound by John Green, in which Joe was invited to provide three photographs of Winchester Cathedral.   Having enjoyed Joe’s Cathedral photography, Bishop Tim visited Joe’s gallery and invested in […]

iPhoneography Project: June

The UK’s wettest June since records began dictated some of Joe’s iPhoneography photos over the last month.    

Vince Cable visits Southampton Docks

Joe Low was commissioned by Associated British Ports (ABP) to photograph Vince Cable naming a new multi car deck. After the naming ceremony, Joe joined Dr Cable on the Harbour Master’s boat whilst he took a tour of Southampton docks along the water front.

Hampshire Poet – Brian Evans-Jones

  As part of The Art of Conversation, Hampshire poet, Brian Evans-Jones was interviewed by Stephen Boyce. During the thoroughly interesting and enjoyable evening, Joe photographed Brian performing some of his poems.

iPhoneography Project: May

May finally saw some sun, but as we enter June it seems that that was short lived! Nevertheless Joe certainly made the most of the clement weather and grabbed these shots as part of his monthly iPhoneography project…    

Chronicles of Light

  In October, Winchester Cathedral will play host to Chronicles of Light – a spectacular performance in sound and light. Telling stories of the Cathedral’s historial people and events, the performance features a range of characters from King Cnut to Jane Austin, all played by an exceptional cast.   Joe was invited to undertake the […]

iPhoneography Project: April

It is that time of the month again where we group together a few of the images Joe has taken as part of his monthly iPhoneography project. April’s changable weather conditions have certainly led to some exceptionally moody shots…    

The Art of Conversation

  Joe Low has been invited to participate in the Hyde900 ” The Art of Conversation”, a series of informal dialogues in front of a small audience. Joe will be interviewed by Jenny Cuffe an award winning Radio 4 journalist on Wednesday 18th April.   Joe is one of 6 artists participating in the talks […]

Plain Glass to Stained Glass

  Joe was recently commissioned to photograph a new stained glass window designed and made by artist Sophie Hacker for St. John the Baptist Church, North Baddesley.   These photographs show the window during and following the installation.

iPhoneography Project: March

Joe has continued to work hard on his iPhoneography project, posting a new photo on Twitter and Facebook daily. Here a few of this months examples:       All other examples can be seen if you follow Joe on Twitter or ‘Like’ him on Facebook.

'Exposures' at Theatre Royal, Winchester

  This week saw the opening of Joe Low’s latest exhibition, ‘Exposures’, at Winchester’s Theatre Royal.   Joe Low adds to his extensive portfolio of creative work with this new exhibition. Theatre Royal Winchester invited Joe to respond to the idea of photographing members of the public in the streets of Winchester displaying dramatic episodes […]

iPhoneography Project: February

Here is the latest update from Joe’s iPhoneography project with a few of our favourite images from the last month.    

When art meets law – ‘Hinge’ by Antony Gormley

  In November 2011, law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges, unveiled a new sculpture by Antony Gormley. Entitled ‘Hinge’, the piece is comprised of two interlinking figures, and forms the centrepiece for the atrium of its new London offices.   Designed specifically for the space, the two figures invite the viewer to draw their own […]

iPhoneography Project: One month in, still going strong

We are now a month into Joe’s iPhoneography project – posting a new photo once a day, every day for an entire year.   Here is a snap shot of the past month with a couple of our favourites.   All photos can be purchased framed or unframed, please contact Joe for more details.

A New Year a New Window Display

As the clock ticked into the New Year we felt it was time for a new window display in Joe’s Gallery, on North Walls in Winchester. Visitors will now be presented with a creative collection of Joe’s original works.   Surrounded by framed photographs, hand made greetings cards flood out of an old suitcase, whilst […]

A New Year Resolution and a Step into the Unknown

New Year resolutions are things that never seem to be sustained longer than a week. You usually promise yourself that you will head to the gym more than once a month, or that you maintain the garden on a more regular basis, or perhaps that you will cut down on eating chocolate. But in reality […]

Winchester Christmas Market 2011

The heavy snow of twelve months ago did not deter Joe as he set up his stall at this year’s Winchester Christmas Market. Fortunately for Joe, and his team, the snow did not return and the relatively cold mornings did little to discourage both locals and visitors who attended in their droves.   This year […]

10 Days Across the City

  Between 28th October and 6th November, Joe participated in 10 days Across the City, a cross cultural arts festival celebrating creative work in Winchester.   Alongside a variety of venues, Joe exhibited the work of two artists, Alice Kettle and Norma Phoenix, in his gallery window on 75 North Walls, Winchester.   Alice Kettle […]

Looking Into the Light

  Inspired by plants and grasses, field shapes and boundary lines, Keith Rand specialises in elegant wooden sculptures that have an inherent life of their own.  Working with natural timbers and traditional, bladed hand tools Keith creates slender tensile shapes, developing relationships between edges and spaces, whilst ensuring that each surface becomes alive with tooled […]

Solicitors Purchase Photos For New Offices

Berryman Lace Mawer Solicitors have purchased seven A1 photographs which have been framed for their new offices in Charlotte Place,  Southampton. They all celebrate the vibrant life of  Southampton and are displayed along the corridors from the reception area.

Joe Exhibits at Hyde 900 Exhibition

Joe has developed a process of weaving photographs together  and two of these images are exhibitied in an exhibition called ‘Re-imagining Treasures of Hyde Abbey’. The exhibition is spread over three venues – Winchester Cathedral, Winchester Discovery Centre and The Link Gallery at The University of Winchester. The exhibition runs from 15th Feb until 18th […]

Joe Low Locked Up!

Oxford architects commissioned Joe to photograph a new unit at Broadmore high security hospital. Broadmore’s security dictates no camera’s on site, so he was presented with a very rare opportunity to use his camera at such a location. The wonder is, they let him out again!

Award Winning Art

Joe’s entry in Southampton City Art Gallerys’ Open Art Exhibition, entitled “The Art of Pattern”, won him first prize. Joe was presented with the award, (kindly donated by the late Joyce Nelms), at the private view. The images, specifically created for the exhibition, were mirrored aerial photographs of tractor tracks in fields. By flipping the photographs, both horizontally and vertically, […]

Taking to the Skies Once Again

Joe was commissioned by SEEDA (South East England Development Agency) to undertake some aerial photography of the demolition of the Vosper Thornycroft site in Woolston. They requested further aerial photography of three more sites in Southampton and six on the Isle of Wight. In order to get the best shots, during the two hour flight, […]