Seimon Pugh-Jones studied at Dyfed College of Art in 1983, he spent the next eleven years working for the M.O.D. (ministry of defence) as a high speed photographer filming such things as ‘Thrust Super Sonic Car.’
After being made redundant Seimon then joined S4C as a cameraman. Eventually ending up working as a stills photographer for an American History magazine ‘Armchair General.’
Seimon has also worked on many documentaries for the History Channel and worked on such things as Steven Spielberg’s film ‘Saving Private Ryan’ (nothing glamorous ) and also on Spielberg’s mini series ‘Band of Brothers’ in which Seimon can be seen in Episode 7 as the combat cameraman with his own 16mm camera!
He is currently a Co-Director of Laugharne’s ‘Tin Shed Experience’ a Museum that he runs with Andrew Issacs. This website features some of Seimon’s art work with a particular local connection – Characters from Dylan Thomas’s ‘Under Milk Wood’. These are available to purchase as prints if desired, simply contact Seimon via the Contact Page.