An image I discovered and while creating an 'art protest film' about
The President George W. Bush 2003
Illigitimate invasion of Iraq and subsequent rape and pillage of
an unguarded Iraq Museum of Antiquities resulting in the
Loss of over 14000 artifacts from mans cultural origins (Mesopotamia).
I attached boots from a then popular doll called 'groovy girl'. Also a hologram
Of Alfred E.Newman/skull... aka George W. Bush. I accompanied my poetry to
illustrate my visuals and anger at this unbelievable reaction to 9/11.
David Thomas Jones
, Vancouver, BC, Canada
I have been photographing personally and professionally since I was a young teenager.
- I discovered the magic of photography in 1967 at the age of 12 as a photography club member at
private school St. Andrews College, Ontario 1966-1970 .
- Later on as a part time media student at George Brown College in Toronto ’74 using 1/2 inch B&W
video tape and still images?
- In 1976 I traveled throughout Europe documenting my journey with my still camera.
- I moved to Vancouver, BC in 1978, and that fall I was fortunate enough to be admitted to the 2 yr.
Photography Technician Program at Langara College.
Graduated in 1980 with a minor...
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