Posts Tagged ‘Tom Manley Architectural Photography’

A look back over the last year, and moving on...

A look back over the last year, and moving on…

A quick look at some of the projects Ive been involved with over the last year, some interesting clients.. new acquantainces and friends, and some ramblings on what I’ve learnt and am looking forward to in moving forward…

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 […]

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.


Welcome

Welcome

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 […]