Audrey grew up in the dirty dirty south. She thrives on a diet of sweet tea and fried green tomatoes. She likes picture taking and drawing. Her photos and illustrations draw on themes of humor, irony, and the unexpected circumstances of everyday life.
Since moving to the Bay Area, Audrey has been teaching photography classes and working one-on-one with students from 10yrs old to 50+. She has led private workshops with the Berkeley Art Studio, German International School of Silicon Valley, Cathedral School for Boys, Urban High School, Lyft, and Adobe. Jones has also been a regular instructor for RayKo Photo Center since 2008. Currently Audrey is a Program Manager at an art school for Adult Extension classes and a Middle/High School students.
Audrey has also created customized illustrations for many clients and private collectors. One illustration project, "First thing in the morning, last thing at night.”. is a sketchbook that is part of the permanent collection through the Art House Co-Op’s sketchbook project at the Brooklyn Art Library.
She has also recently released her book "Dark Meat Diaries: A Field Guide to Modern Mating Rituals" which is a collection of daily conversations and observation she has had on the dating site Tinder. You can read more info on that project here. Those illustrations were recently featured in issue #16 of Fukt Magazine. You can purchase this magazine here.
Audrey is available for commissions or private photography lessons.
Copyright © 2016, Audrey Jones. Do not use any art without my permission