Jane Hilton is a London based photographer and filmmaker whose work brings to our attention the extraordinary realities of ordinary people's lives and is renowned for her work documenting American Culture, in particular the American West, which she has explored for the past twenty-five years. Her monographs include Dead Eagle Trail (2010), Precious (2013), and most recently LA Gun Club (self-published, 2016) exploring American Gun Culture with a collection of unique 'shot up' target posters. In 2000 she was commissioned by the BBC to make a series of ten documentary films about two brothels in Nevada; Love for Sale, the only state in America where prostitution is legal. Most recently she has spent the last two years filming the The Last Lion Tamer following a family's fight to save their lifestyle as the government intends to ban all wild animals performing in circuses. Her work is widely collected and exhibited with recent solo shows: LA Gun Club, Eleven Gallery, London (2016); American Cowboy, Nailya Alexander Gallery, New York (2015); Jane Hilton's America, Schilt Gallery, Amsterdam (2014); and group shows The Scarlett Muse, Daniel Cooney Fine Art, New York (2016); The Future Can Wait, Charlie Smith Gallery, London (2014); Knock Knock, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings (2013).