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A spontaneous trip to the small coastal town of Lancelin in the early hours of the morning led to Aimee’s latest moving collection.

It’s hard to believe that Aimee Jones wasn’t always a photographer. Yet it was only after she took a big leap of faith and decided to make a career change from law to full-time photography that she found herself living her dream.

Her images are truly moving, as is evident in her most recent collection of works, END OF., which exhibit at Kidogo Arthouse from December 4-9.

Inspired by the beauty of dunes at sunrise, Aimee presents soft tones, clean lines and otherworldy textures that reflect the ever-changing nature of life.

Admiring the simple, still, calm of the world in Lancelin one morning, Aimee describes it as like stepping into a dreamland. “Not another person in sight, neutral tones and textures – so unique it really did feel as though I was standing at the end of the earth. Perhaps the most exciting element above the natural beauty was the solitude. Absolute pure, calm solitude,” she said.

Recently returning from a whirlwind trip to New York, Aimee is set to photograph her way around the world in a few months, travelling to Melbourne, Sydney, London, Munich, Hong Kong, New York and the Cayman Islands.

 

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When: December 4-9, 2015, 11am-4pm
Where: Kidogo Arthouse – Bathers Beach, Fremantle
aimeejonesphotography.com