JEREMY HOARE PHOTOGRAPHY

Home

London Art Fair at Business Design Centre, Islington, London

Posted on January 24, 2020 by Admin under ART

This excellent art fair, now in its 32nd year. Is a good showcase to see modern and contemporary art of our time, and buy if you like what you see. The fair’s director is the charming and elegant Sarah Monk who enjoys her role with obvious joy and pride; as well she might for what […]

Mary Poppins at the Prince Edward Theatre

Posted on November 29, 2019 by Admin under THEATRE

Poster for the 1964 Mary Poppins film Walt Disney hard a hard job of persuading author P. L. Travers at her Chelsea home to allow him to make Mary Poppins into a film but we can be grateful he did as it has pleased many people worldwide since 1964. Julie Andrews and Charles Stapley talking […]

A Tale of Two Curries – CoCo Ichibanya, London and Kyoto

Posted on November 4, 2019 by Admin under Uncategorized

CoCo Ichibanya in Kawaramachi, Kyoto I have been to the Kawaramachi-Sanjo CoCo Ichibanya curry house branch in Kyoto Japan many times, and on each trip, I pay a visit to that particular branch for a lovely Chicken Katsu Curry. The food is always great in this branch, there are others in Kyoto but this is […]

Geisha Dreams in Swanage

Posted on July 26, 2019 by Admin under PHOTOGRAPHY, SWANAGE

It’s the annual Swanage Carnival so I’m delighted that my latest book Geisha Dreams is in the independent Swanage Bookshop as it is the only bookshop in the country where I want it to be sold. I believe in having an exclusive deal with someone like Jill Blanchard who runs it, as she has done […]

‘Small Island’ at the National Theatre

Posted on June 7, 2019 by Admin under SHOWBIZ, THEATRE

‘Small Island’ and the National Theatre on the South Bank As a member of the Society of Television & Design (STLD) through my career as Lighting Director for Central Television, myself and other members were invited to the National Theatre (NT) to see a camera rehearsal of ‘Small Island’ for NT Live, the play based […]

Photo London 2019

Posted on May 18, 2019 by Admin under ART, PHOTOGRAPHY

Photo London 2019 at Somerset House Each year for the last five, Photo London has just got better. Also bigger as it seems to have taken over the whole of London’s majestic Somerset House in The Strand. Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad opening Photo London 2019 rganisers Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad have been surprised […]

A Book of Influence

Posted on April 2, 2019 by Admin under ART, PHOTOGRAPHY

We are all influenced by the images we see right through our lives and as a photographer I have been highly influenced with my travel photography by one particular book, ‘London – city of any dream’ by German photographer Erwin Fieger. When I was in my early 20s I came across this book in my […]

Hooray for Cricklewood! (not Hollywood)

Posted on October 7, 2018 by Admin under HISTORY, SHOWBIZ

In 1912 the Handley Page Company moved from Barking in Essex and established an aircraft factory at Cricklewood in north London where aircraft were built and flown from the company’s adjacent air field. After World War 1 the factory was mothballed until Stoll Picture Productions, run by the theatre impresario Sir Oswald Stoll, took over […]

“Keep changing, Connect with everything, Continue forever”

Posted on October 1, 2018 by Admin under ART, HISTORY

The Mitsubishi Japanese Galleries at the British Museum reopened on 27 September. They are situated in what was described as a ‘loft conversion’, albeit a rather upmarket one, and they have been closed for nine months being refurbished. Both the floor and ceiling have been replaced with pine and cherry wood respectively and much attention […]

TPOTY Judge – Travel Photographer Of The Year

Posted on September 21, 2018 by Admin under RED RUM, TRAVEL

Words by Karen Coe of TPOTY; MEET THE TPOTY JUDGES – Part 5. Photographer & TV cameraman Jeremy Hoare has been a judge of Travel Photographer of the Year since the awards began in 2003. He recently hit the national newspapers in the UK with his latest book, which contains previously unseen photographs that he […]