Jamie Fyson Howard is an Englishman who has resided amongst various Slavic tribes since 1994, picking up their languages, customs and habits, both good and bad and both to his liking. From initiation rites spent in dark forests devouring chunks of pure bacon fat and vodka to meandering among the labyrinthine intricacies of a language family where lineal time, logical consequence and pragmatism cease to exist, he hopes this benign influence is to some degree reflected in his work.
He is a member of SDP (the Polish Journalists’ Association) and has worked for, among others, several quality Polish, British newspapers and magazines including The Guardian and Gazeta Wyborcza.
His work has been exhibited in a host of countries around the world and he is the recipient of several national and international awards and distinctions, including overall winner of Urban, 3rd edition, 2012.
He is a member of the Polish Street Photography collective Un-Posed.
More of Jamie’s work can be seen here: https://www.instagram.com/jamiefysonhoward