Govan’s unique relationship and contribution to the wider city of Glasgow, goes right to the heart of Glasgow’s development and today heritage led regeneration, improvements to the built environment, tourism potential and local knowledge are all playing a role in the regeneration of the area. Govan is building a better place to live, work and visit, however many challenges still need to be overcome.
Due to unforeseen reasons a proposal for a photography exhibition in partnership with the local community has been put on hold for the time being, although i hope will resurface in a different format sometime before too long. I’ve had the fortune to meet many incredible people playing an active role in the cultural, physical, and social renewal of the area, made some good friends, as well as setting up an office and studio here, not to mention discovering so much about this amazing area that Govan will always be close to my heart.
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