THERE'S a chance for people to be in the picture with a Denbighshire display.

Photographer Jac Williams is currently exhibiting a number of his shots at a Llangollen venue.

Available for viewing at the Dory Gallery is Jac's Honest Agriculture exhibition.

This photographic series documents the life of a working family farm through all seasons.

Carrog Isa Farm is near Glyndyfrdwy, where Jac's family have farmed for generations.

This is a personal project that focuses on Jac's background in farming and Welsh rural culture.

READ MORE: Ruthin Library hosts a display of retired teacher's work

Initially, it started as a casual project photographing his home while he visited from university.

However, this then turned into a lifelong project informing others of the hard work smaller, family-run farms do to contribute to food production in the UK.

"I felt being a Welsh independent farm, we had a unique perspective and were able to represent the culture of traditional mountain farming where some publicised would be more modern or financially secure," said Jac.

Since gaining his degree from the Cambridge School of Art in 2018, Jac has continued to work as a freelance in the photograpjhy industry, with a ranged portfolio specialising in action and rural photography, including rock climbing and photojournalism.

Now based in Chester, Jac travels around the UK on freelance projects.

The Honest Agriculture exhibition will be up at the gallery until May 21.