Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) February 10, 2009
Johnny Powers Presents Cambridge Jones, Photographer of Royalty and Celebrities
Cambridge Jones, from the UK, has been compared in style and rise in fame to the great Yousuf Karsh. Jones is the newest darling of royalty like Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles and stars like Al Pacino, Sir Anthony Hopkins and Billy Bob Thornton. His portraits often show a different side of their very public image.
Jones pictures hang in Queen Elizabeth's private gallery. He is the family portraitist favourite of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Jones is working on HRH Prince Philip's Trust Charity Song Book featuring stars like Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey. The book will include 32 new portraits of eminent people each accompanied by their favourite song. The song will be chosen because it means something special or has helped them in difficult times.
Some of his work and credits can be viewed at http://www.cjportfolios.com
His gallery showing of America's cowboy couture icon Manual debuts in Nashville in March. Manuel, the Rhinestone Rembrandt, created Johnny Cash's man in black look and designs stage costumes for such country music greats as Dolly Pardon and Dwight Yoakam.
His previous books and exhibitions include OFFSTAGE, at the Getty Gallery, London which featured 100 of the most famous British actors - all of whom trained at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Cambridge Jones is in Toronto Tuesday February 10 for a national television appearance.
Jones is on a roll at only 35 and has built an outstanding reputation in four short years.
Watch out photography world for Cambridge Jones, the next Yousuf Karsh.
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