Posts Tagged ‘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 […]

#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 […]

#ShowUsYourArts exhibition

#ShowUsYourArts exhibition

Show us you Arts is an exciting new charity art event and exhibition in which artwork is exchanged for money donations, all to raise funds for the Scottish Association of Mental Health.


#RIAS Awards

#RIAS Awards

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.

#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 […]

#SecondAct Exhibiton /16 May - 02 June / Lighthouse / Glasgow

#SecondAct Exhibiton /16 May – 02 June / Lighthouse / Glasgow

I’m Currently exhibiting some images in a group exhibition at the Lighthouse, Scotland’s centre for Architecture and Design. ‘Second Act’ is a digital group exhibition curated by Heidi Kuisma offering a new, contemporary view of Glasgow seen by emerging and established photographers based in the city. http://cargocollective.com/SecondAct/ http://www.thelighthouse.co.uk/visit/exhibition/second-act


Govan's Regeneration - Protest, Riches, Collaboration, & Gloriousness

Govan’s Regeneration – Protest, Riches, Collaboration, & Gloriousness

Collaborative working has helped regeneration in Govan. Having won Civic Pride award for best neighborhood a new future is being shaped which is threatened by proposals for a carpark. Over the last year it has been great to have been involved with many talented and committed people working towards encouraging a brighter future for Govan. Mapping, celebrating and initiating projects, art led practice adds value to traditional urban development processes.

Govan, Culture, Community Spirit & Becoming Shipshape Again - Placemaking At Work

Govan, Culture, Community Spirit & Becoming Shipshape Again – Placemaking At Work

Glorious Govan… Resilient and exciting; it is rich in stories, and today the site of much activity and construction, cultural and community development. From its humble and strategic beginnings, located at a vital crossing point on the River Clyde, Govan has been a significant centre… once at the heart of the Kingdom of Strathclyde it […]

Event Photography - Party hosted by Scottish Women in Property, Glasgow

Event Photography – Party hosted by Scottish Women in Property, Glasgow

Quite often I get asked to do photography jobs which are slightly outside of my comfort zone. I admit to usually liking to work where I can take time over shots, perhaps using a tripod and waiting until the lighting and events happening through the viewfinder come together to make the shot…hence the nature of […]


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 […]