Posts Tagged ‘Architecture Photography Scotland’

#Hurd Rolland, Castles and Domestic architecture in Fife.

#Hurd Rolland, Castles and Domestic architecture in Fife.

It was good to be working with Hurd Rolland Architects again photographing a few of their projects in Fife, Burntisland, Elie and St Andrews… A beautiful part of Scotland and some interesting projects. A few of the pictures are here starting with a new build house overlooking the sea at Elie, and repairing the fabric of […]

#Postcards from the Old Victoria

#Postcards from the Old Victoria

Heres’s a few images from a recent commission by Sanctuary Housing Group to document elements of the sprawling, Old Victoria Hospital site as it finally closes a chapter on its life, prior to redevelopment and partial demolition. In someway the grandeur, character, and ambition for the hospital, its aspiration for the healthcare of the city’s people, epitomises […]

#UrbanRealm Cover Feature / ASA Cover October 2013

#UrbanRealm Cover Feature / ASA Cover October 2013

One of my images from a few years back is on the cover of this years Architecture Scotland Annual, taken on a project trip to Abu Dhabi, whilst working with Hypostyle Architects. The image is from a striking masterplan development for a New Town built in the desert. Closer to home some of my images […]


#UrbanRealm Cover Feature / Spring 2013

#UrbanRealm Cover Feature / Spring 2013

An image from a photo story assignment for leading scottish architecture magazine Urban Realm, is on the front cover of the spring edition. Due to the notorious crimes committed by Savile, his former home in Glen Coe has been the target of much vandalism amid calls for it to be demolished. Debate continues over the […]

On the Banks of The Clyde, The Riverside Museum.. A scottish triumph of architecture

On the Banks of The Clyde, The Riverside Museum.. A scottish triumph of architecture

The opening of Zaha Hadid’s Riverside Museum on the 21st June 2011, is another prime example of cultural regeneration aimed at breathing new life into vacant city sites. The shimmering mass of zinc, being a new home for the city’s transport collection, its design playfully symbolising Glasgow’s industrial and shipbuilding past.

End of the Red Road Flats, Glasgow

End of the Red Road Flats, Glasgow

With recent events and the preparation for demolition bringing the attention of journalists and other eyes to focus on the Red Road Flats in Glasgow, the current situation and future of this area is both sensitive and uncertain. In an attempt to put expectations and stereotypes to one side I was curious as to what […]