Lee P. Jones is a native of Louisville, KY, now residing in the Atlanta, GA area. He first picked up a Minolta X-300 SLR camera in a high school photography class at age 17. That began his life-long love affair with the photographic image. His work can be seen in online magazines and in the forthcoming textbook on international fashion. Lee is influenced by fashion, architecture, literature, film, design and art. He draws inspiration from artists, photographers and filmmakers such as Kwaku Alston, Kehinde Wiley, Roy DeCarava, Carrie Mae Weems, Justin Bridges, Tommy Ton, Scott Schuman, James Knox, Bryant SUPREME. David Slocumb, Daryl Goodwin, Joshua Aurelius Galloway, Akira Kurosawa, and Jean-Michel Basquiat to name a few. His work can be seen online at leepjonesphotography.com and on Tumblr at bamjones.tumblr.com. Lee P. Jones’s first book “Piedmont Park, Midtown Atlanta, GA” is available on Amazon and Blurb.com. His second book "I, Sight" is also available for purchase on Blurb.com.