April is here now, and with it comes signs of Spring and better weather, which is very welcome indeed!Read More
Coming to the end of November and seeing the start of December now, and a couple of new things to update on..Read More
Just a quick update here to catch up on a few things..
As you might have seen on my Instagram, I was at another new project recently, recording progress and work completed for a client. I've attached a couple of pictures from that shoot below. The new property is to be more new student accommodation.. something that there was a definite need of in Aberdeen, but that is being amply taken care of at the moment!
The new buildings in this area, some of which are for accommodation purposes, will hopefully continue the regeneration of the area, and also contribute to the 'tidying-up' of areas that have been stagnant for a while in town - and also bring a bit more business and footfall to some local businesses etc.
More to follow shortly.
Thanks for visiting.
Well, November is here now for sure! Hard to believe sometimes how quickly the year seems to zip past...
In this blog post I'll be talking about a couple of new items, and some recent activities, and a little bit of what's on the horizon, so lets start:Read More
I need to say a big thank you to Tytti at the fantastic 'Curated Stories' shop, Aberdeen, for her lovely words about me and my work in her latest newsletter.
See the link below:
Welcome to 2016!
Despite the weather being horrendous recently, and as you will have seen, causing serious problems for lots of people all over the country, it does give some opportunities for dramatic photography.
I took some time yesterday, wrapped up warm against the rain and wind, and went down to the coast and harbour area here in Aberdeen to see what the conditions were like.... Pretty terrible was the answer!
With strong winds and rain, huge swells and waves crashing onto the rocks, I decided that the minimum of gear was best, so as not to be weighed down too much.
As always, safety was first, and making sure that you're not standing in a dangerous place (as some people were!), especially when everything is soaking and slippery, and the wind was so strong.
In the end, I spent around 30-45 mins outside there, and despite the difficult conditions, I came away with a couple of nice images (which will appear here soon) that display the size of the waves and the force of the storm.