Friend of the Foundation and former Scholar-in-Residence at The Kilns Dr. Jonathan Kirkpatrick has recently received attention for his beautiful photographs of Oxford architecture and landscape. In a recent interview with Oxford Today, Jonathan described his recent work:
“I enjoy taking photographs of reflections in puddles and ponds during the winter. At a dark time of year, reflection helps flood the image with light. Water in its many forms is a ubiquitous element during the winter, and often an inconvenient one at that. However, it gives the cityscape a glistening sheen that enlivens what may otherwise seem dull surroundings, and I try to exploit this quality with my camera.”
To read the whole interview and to purchase the limited edition prints of Jonathan’s photographs, please visit http://www.oxfordtoday.ox.ac.uk/features/reflected-glories.