Taylor Jones Portfolio

Take a gander at the images below. I spent a month shy of 14 years as a Palm Beach Post staff photographer. I just completed and published a coffee table photo book for The Cottages of Lake Worth. Click here to purchase. I continue to shoot freelance full time. I love the freelance life!


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Crevalle jack swim near the filleting station to feed on scraps of lionfish during the third annual Lionfish Derby at Sailfish Marina in North Palm Beach, Saturday, Aug. 17, 2013. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Jennifer Harner of IT! Events & Media at her favorite spot, a Kapok tree near the Flagler Museum and Whitehall Way in Palm Beach on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Wenona Sherman uses daylight coming in from the open door to read an inventory list of snacks that the Lance representative delivered at Stop 'N Shop in Canal Point Wednesday. The shop has no electricity after Hurricane Wilma. Business is slow because agricultural workers in the area are trickling in rather than coming in by the busload. Owners Sam Eldaghar and wife Susan Nasef say they are losing more than $2,000 a day in business because of the hurricane.

Lyndsay Koerber, 9, of Fort Lauderdale, jumps off a rope swing into the Intracoastal Waterway in Jupiter while others wait their turn. Boaters often stop by to swing because of the rope's easy access by water. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)



The office of Dr. Salomon Melgen, who runs the Vitreo-Retinal Consultants Eye Center, at 2521 Metrocentre Blvd., near 45th Street and Village Boulevard in West Palm Beach, was raided late Tuesday night and early this morning. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)Britany Tino, 16, takes a picture of "Lost Affect" lead guitarist and singer Lance Morris while her friend Leanna Oliveira, 15, watches the band perform at Vacation Celebration end of school bash at Veterans Park in Royal Palm Beach. The girls are friends with the band members and made up their own T-shirts with the name of the band. The girls said they have gone to all the band's concerts. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)Smoke obscures trees during a controlled burn at the J. W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area near the Acreage Wednesday afternoon. The prescribed burn is necessary to protect the habitat of area wildlife. Some 33 students from a dozen governmental agencies and some ranchers are participating in the week-long class that teaches the appropriate use of fire in managing habitats. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)


Palm Beach Ballet Center presents The Magical Feather at Suncoast High School. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)


Skye Alyssa Friedman, 11, of Jupiter, has been cast as a swing or understudy in several roles in the Broadway production of Annie and is headed to New York City. She is photographed in Jupiter on Monday morning, July 1, 2013. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)Clementina Alfonso of Mexico, center, and her mother, also Clementina Alfonso cry after seeing photos of Carlitos Candelario who was born in the United States without limbs. Carlitos is the nephew of the younger Clementina and the grandson of the elder Clementina. Up until seeing the photos, the family in Mexico could think of his condition as a "dream, " the aunt said. But the photos made it reality. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)Palm Beach Central High's #4 Jameel Edney jumps to make the catch as William T. Dwyer High's #1 Austin Marrs slides safely into second base during high school baseball action in Wellington. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)


Mariana Salazar, 11 months old, tugs on the wire that Carlitos Candelario uses to play with his mechanized toy. He uses the joy stick under his left arm to control the toy. Carlitos' mother was poisoned by pesticides as she worked in the fields in Florida while pregnant with Carlitos. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Jeffery Wright wipes the tears from Kavonne Brooks' face as she cries for her slain daughter Angel Brooks. Brooks was shot Friday morning as she was standing with friends on 50th Street & Pinewood. Three of her friends were also shot. Kavonne's long-time friend Tawanna Thompson is next to her on the left and Sabrina Anderson is at right. Below left is Kavonne's 6-year-old daughter Telia Andrew. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

First grade teacher Nicole Cicciarelli is dunked by one of her first graders during Pioneer Park Elementary School's Reading Carnival at the school in Belle Glade. The carnival is a kickoff for the home reading program that will continue throughout the summer and next school year. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)


Jessica Hill, 2, of Wellington, left, dressed as Tinkerbell and friend Natalie Rodriguez, 2, also of Wellington, dressed at Dora the Explorer, walk through the mist on their way to see the tiger at Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park. The children were among those participating in Boo at the Zoo where kids come to the zoo in costume. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Scooter Suarez sits in his barber chair in his old-fashioned barbershop on Rosemary Avenue in West Palm Beach talking to one of the many customers and pals who frequent the shop. Suarez has been running the shop since 1975. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Members of the Watoto Children's Choir of Uganda perform at the Rosarian Academy in West Palm Beach. They traveled to West Palm Beach to raise awareness of the plight of 2 million Ugandan children left parentless by war and disease. These children, devastated by the loss of their parents, manage to celebrate in song to help others in similar circumstances in their country of Uganda. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Lake Worth police officers escort Richard Harry Cuff down 19th Avenue North, east of D Street, in Lake Worth to a police car after he surrendered to them. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

A twin-engine plane en route to Sanford, Florida, clipped six cars and a van full of Belgian tourists before a dead engine landed it on Interstate 95 north of Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton. The crash landing closed the interstate for five hours. Neither the pilot nor his co-pilot were injured, but one motorist was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The plane lost its left wing when it hit a utility pole and careened out of control for 1/4 mile before landing near the median wall. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Shelby Aubrey, 7, left, mom Shawn, center, and Chad, 10, touch the side of a hot air balloon still on the ground at a festival. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)

Pre-dawn wreck kills one person as a vehicle winds up under a tractor-trailer in the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 in Lake Worth. The crash, on rain-slicked roads, created traffic backups to Hypoluxo Road, and was the worst of several morning. (Taylor Jones/The Palm Beach Post)



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