Jane Hilton Photographer & Filmmaker
Jardin Marjorelle, Marrakesh
Fashion Designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Berge bought Jardin Majorelle in 1984 to preserve the vision of it's original owner, landscape painter Jacques Majorelle.
Photo London 2019
Thirty years of road tripping in the American West with persistent human loneliness at the very core of 'Nevada' encompassing the 'loneliest road in America', Highway 50 East.
Rakes Sense: The Art of Fragrance
A new fragrance magazine by Rakes Progress in collaboration with Harvey Nichols. Photography for "7 Deadly Sins" - a feature on how NOT to wear perfume.
Urban Bush Woman - Rakes Progress Magazine
A contemporary look at the world outside. Focusing on recycling and urban nature this story was shot on location in allotments near Harlesden, London, using film and Polaroid.
209 Women. Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool
Marking 100 years since women were given the right to vote. It originally opened at the Houses of Parliament before Christmas, to celebrate women, politics and the suffragette movement.
Jane Hilton photographs Christian Louboutin in his 13th century chateau in Vendee, France for Rakes Progress magazine. The photographs were taken earlier this year.
Port Magazine: Behind the Frame - America's Bull Riders
Documenting the drama, brutality and surprising spirituality of the professional bull riders competing at the National Finals Rodeo in Nevada.
LA Gun Club
This project is an attempt to understand a culture that is ruled by the second amendment of the US constitution: 'the right of the people to keep and bear arms'.
A unique blend of documentary and fashion imagery to tell the tales of togetherness, a beautifully moving story about the power of love and the effect it has on our lives.
Jane talks to Pylot Magazine about analogue photography, the commercial photography industry, and her love for all things Americana.