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.
Shifting our daily Glasgow lockdown walks to late evenings led us to appreciate some unexpected views of Clydeside at dusk.
An early morning walk on the grounds of Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura, featuring the curious Sinclair Memorial and a Russian cannon.