Jonathan O’Hora b.1988 Nottingham, England.
I took up photography in 2007 and quickly enjoyed the visual and communicative nature of photography as non verbal communication. This led me to taking up photography as a hobby and eventually did a college course before going to university to study photography & printmaking.
After gaining a masters degree from St. Martin’s College in 2018 I specialised in visual anthropology for my final project and exhibition.
Since then I spend time travelling and then caught up in the 2020-2022 period taking lots of pictures and processing them only in 2022.
My work mostly focuses on abstraction and photography using old darkroom processes along with digital photographic processes. Often switching back and forth to create something new. I am interested in capturing documents and abandoned places as well as portraits and abstractions.


Mother Cap Rock Feature, Peak District

Nature Study

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Seljalandsfoss Waterfall, Iceland

Dungeness Beach

Dale & Kinder Scout, Peak District

Dromore Water Tower



Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie

Egg / Universe

Trocadero Plaza

Cold War Satellites




Sherwood Forest

Steetley Pier, Hartlepool

helianthus (hope)