Friday, 17 September 2010
Monday, 13 September 2010
I had a successful exhibition during the Edinburgh Festival last year as part of the Edinburgh283 collective. A group of us came together to create our visual interpretations Edinburgh for the 283 days of the year when there are no festivals on. My 'Rainy Day' series sold well and their were requests as to whether there were any more. I've been revisiting the images and thought this one worked well.
Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Wednesday, 5 May 2010
Saturday, 1 August 2009
I've been cycling past this everyday for a few weeks. It's only at the end of my road but for once I had time to stop. I'd already missed the train.
There is another piece of graffiti just around the corner which tells us 'Everything is OK'.
Friday, 31 July 2009
this was taken from the National Trust campsite at Low Wray on the shore of Lake Windemere. We had managed to get away for a week and were lucky to get mild, dry weather. It is a stunning place to stay.
Monday, 20 July 2009
I've had such a busy time of it this year that the photography has been taking a back seat behind family, work and road cycling. But now, bubbling up to the surface comes my first proper taking part in a proper exhibition type thing. I was asked by a work colleague, Rebecca, to contribute to an Edinburgh Festival exhibition with a group of other photographers. We are all connected somehow or other though the arts and the theme is 'the other 283 days of the year' or however many it is that the festival isn't in town. While it has a cultural theme it is really about living in Edinburgh and we've all taken different viewpoints. Here are my 3. If you can make it along to The Zoo, we are there from the 7th until the 31st August.