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Ascot – Dafydd Jones, 1982

4 September 2008

Charles Mcdowel pushes Pop Vincent into a pond during the Martin Betts Dance at a party at Ascot.

This picture will be included in a small exhibition of original prints from the eighties, which will be on show at the Dover St. market in Albermarle St. London, opening on the 16th of September 2008.

Dafydd Jones started working as a freelance photographer in 1980 when an assisting job fell through. Since then his work has included press photography and many general magazine features, but he is best known for his work as a party photographer. Dafydd has worked for a variety of magazines and newspapers in London and New York, including the Tatler, Vanity Fair, The Sunday Telegraph, New York Observer and Paper magazine.

Photographer since 1981, EPUK member since 2005.

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