Jonathan Moore focuses in his work on documentary photography. His projects take him around the world giving a voice to underrepresented communities and people often on the fringes of society.
There is also another side to Jonathan Moore photography. At times quite lyrical landscapes provide a counter balance to his documentary work.
Zaeta is a Russian word for ‘together’. Jonathan Moore’s photo essay ‘Zaeta’ documents the lives of former refugees of the 1990s war in Georgia who settled in Tskaltubo in an area of abandoned Soviet elite hotels and sanatoriums. In this post-apocalyptic scenario the Abkhazian refugees have created a community in the upper floors of all that is left of Stalin’s failed vision.
Peak Mid Winter
In Jonathan Moore photographic vision the Thames estuary presents itself as a vast dystopian landscape with a unique dark poetic character.