Photography records the gamut of feelings written on the human face - the beauty of the earth and skies that man has inherited and the wealth and confusion that man has created.  It is a major force in explaining man to man.

 

Edward Steichen

early 20th century photographer

 

 

Jane Taylor is a writer and photographer who has lived in Amman, Jordan since 1989. Her photographs have been used not only in her own books, but also in a wide range of magazines and books, and in advertising/marketing campaigns.

 

Her photographic archives are available to publishers, designers and advertising agencies wherever spectacular images are required. Specific picture searches can be undertaken.

 

Apart from extensive coverage of Jordan (including many aerial shots), the archives include Yemen, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Palestine, Israel, Ethiopia, Iran, Peru, Turkey, China, Nepal, South Africa, Botswana and Namibia. She has also photographed in Iraq for UNICEF and other relief agencies in April-May 1991 and Jan.-Feb. 1992 to show the effects of the war and sanctions on the people of Iraq, in particular the children.

 

The range of her books, and where they are available, can be seen in the Books page.

 

For permission to reproduce any image, or for a picture search, please contact jt@janetaylorphotos.com