Architecture, Client work

Lady Lever Art Gallery Redevelopment

Over the period of a year I was commissioned to document the redevelopment of the South End galleries at the Lady Lever Art Gallery in Port Sunlight. I had a fascinating look behind the scenes at the spaces before they were rebuilt as galleries. I was tasked with recreating some of the original photography to […]

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Client work, Events

House of Memories

Apart from running some of the best museums in the country, National Museums Liverpool also work with the community on such heartwarming projects such as House of Memories. I was asked to document one of their events before Christmas and it was lovely. People with dementia were welcomed at the Museum of Liverpool with tea, cakes […]

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Events, Portraits

Roger McGough’s Liverpool Doors

Last night saw the launch of the Museum of Liverpool’s latest exhibition called ‘Liverpool Doors’. People and organisations around Liverpool sent Roger McGough and book artist Mark Cockram doors with which they and students from the John Moores School of Art and Design decorated with artwork and poetry. It’s simple, highly effective and at times […]

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Uncategorized

The Conservation Centre

This year has been tough on venues. The long standing Masque announced it would close. I shot my first gig photos there many years ago. That was quite a shock. Just as shocking was the news that the CUC would also close. There’s a good article on Seven Streets about what the closure of a […]

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Liverpool

Museum of Liverpool – 2nd phase

I visited the Museum of Liverpool on Friday to see the newly opened 1st and ground floor galleries. The Great Port, Liverpool Overhead Railway, History Detectives, and City Soldiers are officially open. Just like the rest of the museum these new galleries are simply fantastic. The show stopper really is the train carriage from the […]

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Events

Museum of Liverpool VIP Opening

I was invited, not as a photographer but just as myself, to attend the VIP opening of the new Museum of Liverpool. It’s something I still can’t quite get my head around, especially after meeting some of the other guests. Ken Dodd, Yoko Ono, Levi Tafari, John Conteh, and Alexi Sayle to name a few. […]

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