Looking back at 2022’s photography commissions. A varied year of portraits, cultural events and interesting architecture.
After spending a few days in Madrid and Valencia it was time to come home. Our hotel had been great. The rooftop sun lounge area gave views over the port and out towards the City of Arts and Sciences. My legs were doing ok post marathon and we had discovered a new drink called ‘Frozen
Earlier this year I went for a walk around Edinburgh. I had one day to explore the city. On the train up I started thinking about Scotland and the colour purple popped into my head. Purple is the colour of the thistle which is the national flower of Scotland. I’m not sure how I knew
I really wasn’t expecting Bruges to be this interesting, architecturally speaking. I thought it would be nice but not this nice. It was like a mini-Amsterdam. Highly recommend a visit.
The ‘River of Light’ event in Merseyside was a celebration of the river from Liverpool to New Brighton with a series of light installations and fireworks. I thought it might be nice to not only show the work but also highlight the river itself as a river of light.
In 2007 the Liverpool Cruise Liner terminal opened with a visit from the Cunard cruise liner the QE2, a ship from my childhood. When the QE2 first came to Liverpool, in 1990, I was there to see it. My parents and I hung out with some photographer friends at the Egremont Ferry pub. It was an
I love Calatrava’s work in Valencia. It’s bat poop crazy. You’ve got eight different buildings. Each one would be insane on their own but as an entire complex they make up the astounding ‘City of Arts and Sciences’. It’s epic and beautiful. I originally posted these photos back in 2011 but I wanted to revisit
Liverpool based architecture, event & portrait photographer working in the arts. Writer of Hello Computer a weekly newsletter on autistic non-binary life.