On loss, memory and COVID - an photo essay from Remembrance Sunday at George Square, Glasgow Cenotaph and the Garden of Remembrance
A photo essay covering SHOW UP outdoor exhibition, an unusual All-Scotland degree show for visual communication design class of 2020.
Part 3 of the photo story about a back alley urban portraits with Kevin for my Urban Portraits Dumfries project.
A few thoughts on the powers of psychogeographic (photo)walking in the lockdown Glasgow and our discovery of Magic BT Beans artwork.
From Glasgow in lockdown series - a visual story looking back as takeaway delivery riders and urban food flow under a strict lockdown.
The "new normal" retail visual experience on Argyle Street - masks, lines and queue marshals - after non-essential shops open.
Out in Merchant City creating a humanist urban photo document of a fleeting lockdown phenomenon of takeaway pints before their ban by Glasgow City Council.
Part 2 of my Urban Portraits Dumfries project shoot with Emily, re-enacting the 60s urban optimism and playing the visual rhythms of architectual features.
Urban Portrait Dumfries blog series continues with a photo story about Emily's vintage urban shoot on a parking lot with a little scooter.
Anti-racism activists gather on the steps of the Clyde Amphitheatre for Justice for George Floyd Glasgow protest and to affirm that Black Lives Matter.