Glasgow in Bits is an on-going project where I document the often neglected aspects of architecture in and around Glasgow. Derelict buildings, small architectural details, textures, shapes, graffiti and Glasgow’s unloved back streets will all be included. The photographs will be varied in style and scope but will highlight the little details scattered around the city the come together to create the city as a whole.
I have to be honest I initially travelled through to Edinburgh to try out some street photography. I thought the Edinburgh Festival crowds would be a great time to try something different but the vast crowds meant I could barely walk three inches without bumping into someone or being held up in an endless stream of festival goers.Read More
Sunny day photography can be a bit awkward. The harsh light and shadows can make it difficult to get any decent shots. However, it is possible to use this light to your advantage and make some good photographs.Read More
Based in Bellahouston Park, House for an Art Lover was originally designed in 1901 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for entry to a German design magazine competition. The house was eventually completed in 1996 and using original designs and other completed buildings by Mackintosh as inspiration.Read More
Glasgow’s centre for design and architecture, The Lighthouse, is a great place for photography. Most people simply want to climb the spiral staircase to the Macintosh Tower where you can photograph some nice rooftop shots of Glasgow’s city centre.Read More