SEDGLEY snapper Martin Jones has been invited to showcase some of his photography at a major UK art gallery for the second time this year.

Some of Martin's images depicting the early years of street art will be featured at Worcester City Art Gallery later this month.

His work will form part of the Gallery's 'Paint The Streets' exhibition which goes on display this Saturday, September 16.

A total of 10 images from Martin's Zulu Dawn Hip hop Heritage  Collection which is based at Dudley Archives will be on display at Worcester.

Martin has a total of 1500 stills images and video footage at the Archive , most of which were obtained when Martin was Goldie's manager from 1984 to 1990 when he arranged several high profile international Hip Hop events.

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It was only back in February that 20 of Martin's images went on show at London's Saatchi Gallery as part of their Beyond  The Streets show which occupied three floors of the exhibition space in King's Road, Chelsea.

His latest images will be used by Worcester to tell the story of the first three international street art contests held back in the late 1980's which Martin organised in Bridlington.

Images from the Zulu Dawn Hip hop Heritage Collection can be viewed at