Following the tragedy at Grenfell every tower block in the country was inspected to avoid the same from happening. Upon further inspection the tower blocks of Horatia and Leamington were found to be structurally unsound and were this evacuated. This has resulted in two twenty story flat blocks that should be bursting with light andContinue reading “Horatia and Leamington”
Roads to nowhere – through the late nineties into the 21st century the ‘holiday home’ market in Cyprus was booming! Whole estates planned, roads and infrastructure installed, ready for the overseas buyers wanting their slice of sun away from home. Then the 2008 global financial crisis was followed by the collapse of the Greek economyContinue reading “Roads to Nowhere”
Been wanting to shoot this location for ages!
There’s something I’ve always loved about shooting at night. It’s that ‘playground of light’. This, coupled with my love of non-place, deadpan and industrial spaces, comes together to form photographic documents the likes of which many do not consider!
Loving the clear winter sky’s recently! Snapped this beauty at Queen Elizabeth Country Park in Horndean earlier this week.
One thing I’ve wanted to do for a very long time has been to use a tripod in the front passenger footwell of a car at night. I love the abstract light trails which don’t have complete coherency
It’s been a couple of months since making the jump from a full blown, full frame Nikon over to the smaller, lighter but very capable Sony A7ii. One of the original appeals of the Alpha was the in-camera sensor stabiliser and I’m quite impressed! This image was shot on a recent trip to Seville, handheldContinue reading “Handheld and steady”
A photographic investigation of non-place and the sanctuary provided by the A Road Petrol Station. Emerging from the darkness of the long nights drive, they give us shelter, food and water. All images photographed using a 5×4 large format technical camera on Kodak Portra 160.