These are a few shots captured whilst taking a post Christmas stroll around Holyrood Park and Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh… the perfect place to unwind and walk off the over indulgences of a Christmas day. Merry Christmas!
Having recently acquired some amazing vintage starwars toys fresh from the eighties I couldn’t resist capturing a few shots with the aid of several speedlights and some very shallow rim lighting. The resulting images could easily be mistaken for schematics or technical vector graphics.
The Fireside collective is an Edinburgh based events company dedicated to generating interesting, engaging and playful events for small and large gatherings. To mark their launch The Fireside Collective held a pop-up super club at the Freemans Coffee shop in Edinburgh. These are just a few of the shots taken on the night. The very best of luck to them
Whilst fooling around with a mask acquired from the New York immersive theatre experience sleep no more, I captured this disturbing image of a colleague. Doesn’t he have lovely eyes?
A test shot taken for a personal project I’m currently working on involving several animal skulls, liquid latex, a lot of paint and a messy floor. The underlying concept is to define the shape and contours of each skull with liquid… in this case paint. The next stage will be to attempt to feature several colours in the same image.
Whilst I have absolutely no clue as to what these colours or markings mean, they certainly did offer up some very interesting abstract compositions of vivid colours, contrasting shade and intersecting paths. If anything it did kill an hour or so whilst waiting on a delayed flight out of Schiphol airport.
A second series of images as part of a larger ongoing project set out to capture the variety of design found throughout typewriters of years gone by. This represents volume one of the project. More from this project can be found on my Behance page: www.behance.net/gallery/Characters-Vol-1/9393949