- Gateshead Jazz Festival Gallery
- Cheltenham Jazz Festival Gallery
- New: Jazzcamera CD Choice
- London Jazz Gallery
- Belgrade Jazz Festival Gallery
- Pancevo Jazz Festival Gallery
- Skopje Jazz Festival Gallery
- Jazz Gallery Birmingham
- New: Open Music
- CD Reviews Archive
- Brecon Jazz Gallery
- JQ Jazz Legends Festival Gallery
- Jazz holidays in the Balkans
- New: Jazz Impressions prints
- Rave reviews for the new book
- Cannonball Adderley - archive interview
- Wayne Shorter - archive interview
- Sonny Rollins - archive interview
- Frisell, Gibbs and the orchestral dream
- Mark Murphy - Doing It Right
- Live Jazz Photography
JQ Jazz Legends Festival Gallery
Images from the 2015 JQ Jazz Legends Festival, held in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, and presented by Birmingham Jazz. All photographs copyright John Watson/jazzcamera.co.uk
Above and below: Tony Kofi, who performed on alto and tenor saxophones with Mingus Profiles and the Kofi-Barnes Aggregation
Above and below, Henry Lowther, who curated the festival and played with his group Still Waters, gave a talk on Miles Davis, and apeared as a guest with other bands throughout the festival.
Simon Spillett, who led an all-star group performing repertoire associated with Miles Davis.
Alan Barnes soloing with the Kofi-Barnes Aggregation
Bryan Corbett soloing with his group Corbett and Co.
Chris Bowden with Bryan Corbett and Co.
Above and below: Dave Green, who played at the festival with bands including Mingus Profiles, Simon Spillett's Classic Miles, Henry Lowther's Still Waters and the Kofi-Barnes Aggregation
Above and below: Chris Biscoe, who played with Mingus Profiles and in a tribute to Cannonball Addlerley
Trevor Tomkins soloing with Simon Spillett's Classic Miles
Above and below: John Critchinson, who played with Simon Spillett's Classic Miles
Luke Flowers with Corbett and Co.
Above and below: Neil Yates, soloing in a tribute to the music of Cannonball Adderley