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 […]
The Turner Prize exhibition, brings a juggernaut of expectation, debate and ideas to the city’s art scene. An interesting and diverse line up of nominees, this write up focuses on the art of collaborative efforts to animate and confront under utilised and neglected urban space in rebuilding and creating new futures for a place.
I’m delighted to have some artwork prints on display in an exhibition at the New Glasgow Society curated by Kirsty Strang and Johnnie Wales that celebrates the place of the tenement in the past, present and future of the city. I’ve photographed tenements many times, lived in their rooms and walked their streets, and their character […]
Lots has been happening since my last addition here and perhaps for more constant updates – take a look at my twitter or flickr posts. Generally I’ve been honing my techniques, process and image editing capabilities with some recent examples of my architecture photography commissions added under the architecture drop down menu
Edge Condition Vol 5 published at the end of January included some of my Govan images in its placemaking edition. Those who know me will know I have spent much time in the last few years involved with various initiatives in Govan that attempt to reinterpret Govan’s incredible past story, responding to the problems Govan has […]
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland Awards are now in their second year recognizing the very best of Scottish Architecture. Amongst the winners this year that encompass a range of scales and purposes is a temporary project by Edo Architecture, photographed at its public illumination event on the Water Row area of Govan.
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.
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 […]
Welcome to my blog…. its intended purpose is to showcase my photography and act as an initial point of contact for anyone interested in my work or with a project in mind, which I may be able to assist with. For people just dropping by, I hope there is something which catches your eye here […]