August 9, 2014 § 2 Comments
At night time here is what the show looked like
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August 3, 2014 § Leave a comment
I was recently hired by Scott Houston to capture his performance “The Desk” as part of the “Surge Festival” in the Merchant City, Glasgow.
Below are some of the photos capturing this man’s creative talent.
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Twitter: @iamscotthouston https://twitter.com/iamscotthouston
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July 21, 2014 § Leave a comment
I have been recently involved behind the scenes, working with Creative Director Alisa Anderson @Alisa_Anderson, Filmmaker Paul Sayer @everyonedances. With myself Photographing Gordon J Millar, founder of Scot Street Style. @ScotStreetStyle #scotstreetstyle
Gordon is a key figure head in building a global community to capture essence of Scottish style/character. His energy can be found;
There is a saying “surround yourself with people you aspire to” and that is true of the people I have mentioned above. All creative, humble, positive with boundless energy.
It was good to mix up my shooting styles; with my usual candid shots with my more personal Portrait work too.
July 2, 2014 § Leave a comment
On the streets of Glasgow…
Best viewed on full screen and HD 1080 setting.
June 26, 2014 § Leave a comment
May 24, 2014 § 4 Comments
Below are some heart breaking photos of a fire that ripped through one of Glasgow’s most iconic building’s. The good news is no one was killed, the sad sad news is a lot of history has been destroyed, such as artwork, interior design, books, original furniture and students installations. A part of Glasgow died on the 23rd May 2014.
My thoughts are with the Students, Staff and all who are involved with Glasgow School of Art. Thanks to the brave firefighters!!
I look forward to the day this European Architectural masterpiece by Charles Rennie MacIntosh, is restored to it’s Glory, and make Glasgow smile once again!
The photo below showed a simple but meaningful token of appreciation to the fire-fighters who had to tackle the blaze in a unique way to try and save as much as possible.
The fire-fighters managed to save 90% of the building and 70% of the buildings contents, while risking their lives.