Urban and street photography

engaged visual narratives about urban encounters, protests, cultural practices and lifestyles, spaces and structures

At the opening of the Library of Birmingham
Distorted reflections on New Street Birmingham station


Documenting community activism and public events in urban domain – protests, carnivals and parades


Celebrating people with great personal style and authentic sense of fashion – with an editorial touch

Visual playgrounds

Visualising the serendipitous nature and wonderful diversity of urban life – people watching, urban interludes, dialogues with urban spaces

“I only know how to approach a place by walking. For what does a street photographer do but walk and watch and wait and talk, and then watch and wait some more, trying to remain confident that the unexpected, the unknown, or the secret heat of the known awaits just around the corner.”

– Alex Webb
Opposite directions
South Portland Suspension Bridge arch
The Anonymous member with "Putin the Peacemaker" sign in All Under One Banner march

recent urban and street stories

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Criosses and poppies on Remembrance Sunday in George Square, Glasgow

Remembrance Sunday at George Square

On loss, memory and COVID – an photo essay from Remembrance Sunday at George Square, Glasgow Cenotaph and the Garden of Remembrance

BT Beans sculpture in the Courtyard of Glasgow BT Headquarters

Magic BT Beans and Lockdown Psychogeography

A few thoughts on the powers of psychogeographic (photo)walking in the lockdown Glasgow and our discovery of Magic BT Beans artwork.

Deliveroo rider on Union Street

Lockdown visual stories: takeaway delivery riders

From Glasgow in lockdown series – a visual story looking back as takeaway delivery riders and urban food flow under a strict lockdown.