André Jones is a visual artist who communicates through the lens of a camera. A native of Northern Virginia, Jones began his professional career in the nation's capitol at the public television station in Washington D.C. and his professional journey has taken him around the world while working for some of the most respected media outlets in the county.
Mr. Jones has been a network Photographer, Editor, Producer, Director, Master Control Operator, and lighting director. For over twenty years Jones has worked in the Atlanta market. He spent ten years at CNN covering everything from the O.J. Simpson trial to the 9/11 tragedy in New York. Five of his Emmy award winning years were spent at WSB-News 2, one of the most respected local news operations in the nation.
Andre has worked as Director of Photography on the small budget feature film, "Relationships" and filmed the trailer for "Church Swap."
Jones conducts seminars and consults in the area of photojournalism. His professional commitment is industry noted - with awards too numerous to mention. Jones was a visiting faculty member at the Poynter Institute. He has presented on the 2003 Flying Short Course and a judge for the NPPA 2004 Best of Photojournalism. He served on the Unity Visual Task Force in 2004 and is the founder and CEO of Another Jones Production LLC. His personal commitments are equally important. He often encourages and mentors youngsters.