Peter C. Jones
Peter C. Jones is a fine art photographer, documentary film director and producer, and author. Born and raised in New York City, he graduated from the
Rhode Island School of Design where he studied privately with Harry Callahan. Jones’s artful life is reflected in his numerous and varying artistic roles
and interests. Peter C. Jones is President of the Josef and Yaye Breitenbach Foundation, a former member of the Board of Fellows at The Center For Creative
Photography. Jones is also a former consultant to The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Aperture and the Estate of Paul Strand.
In 2004, Nazraeli Press published Sweep Out Cottage, a compilation of photographs made in and around a house known as the Four Winds in Little
Compton, Rhode Island. The photographs from this series have been exhibited in New York City and KMR Arts. Peter C. Jones’s photographs are in numerous
private and public collections.
A Rising Tide of Silence was Jones’s first documentary production. The film explores the life and international influence of Father Thomas Keating who
introduced Centering Prayer to a wide western audience. A Rising Tide of Silence premiered at the 2013 Aspen Film Festival and won the Audience Choice
Award. The sequel, Thomas Keating: From The Mind to The Heart, is in production.
Additionally, Jones is the author of The Changing Face of America (Prentice Hall Press) and the co-author of three other books including Social Gardens
(Stewart, Tabori & Chang). His photographs, articles, and op-ed pieces have been published by The New York Times Magazine, Connoisseur, Smart Money,
Aperture, and The Providence Journal.
Peter C. Jones lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Charlotte M. Frieze, who is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and, for nine years,
the Garden Editor of House & Garden magazine.
Print information for Peter C. Jones, Sweep Out Cottage and 18 Still Lives:
20 x 24 inch chromogenic print, Edition of 15