This selection of images were captured during a brief visit to an old Biscuit Factory in Leith. The disused factory located on Anderson Place has been recently transformed into an exhibition space and creative hub for online retailers, fashion photographers and independent businesses. While the majority of the building is currently undergoing a facelift, the top floor remains seemingly unchanged since its days as a working factory. A great building with some amazing interiors.

_DSC7833_2

_DSC7956_DSC8116_2_DSC7893_DSC7908_DSC8099_DSC7969_DSC7761_DSC7974_DSC7945_DSC7993_DSC7940_DSC8069_DSC8120_DSC8118_DSC7823_DSC8121_DSC7723_DSC7943_DSC7932_DSC7983_DSC8043_DSC8010_DSC7775_DSC7970_DSC7889_DSC8063_DSC7847_DSC8115

If you’re in Edinburgh over the next couple of days please do call into the Gayfield gallery just off Leith walk to view my first solo photographic exhibition; Spectrum. The exhibition showcases a diverse cross section of my work with framed and unframed prints for sale at a variety of sizes. If you’re around do pop your head in and say hello. Spectrum runs until Thursday 23rd April and is open from 10am until 6pm.

SPECTRUM_3_DSC4166_DSC4116_DSC4056_DSC4184 _DSC4122_DSC4071_DSC4124 _DSC4137 _DSC4129 _DSC4082

_DSC4138_DSC4202-2 _DSC4209 _DSC4205-2_DSC4148

Spectrum_sqr_Online

Spectrum is a week long solo exhibition showcasing a range of my photographic works at the Gayfield Gallery in Edinburgh. Due to launch with a private viewing on Friday 17th April the exhibition consists of a variety of images from Scottish landscape and still life photography, through to macro and digitally manipulated imagery. All exhibited works as well as additional prints will be for sale. The exhibition will be open to public viewing from April 18th – 23rd between 10am and 6pm. @gayfieldsq #edinburgh #photography #Gayfield

Following on from a previous project of the same name Artificial Anatomy 2.0 will further explore the same themes of surface, shape and volume. These are a selection of test images intended to explore how the surface the skull is partially defined by a series of randomly projected contours and linear forms. Whilst the shape and form of the skull is partially revealed by the projected image the random spacing and shape of the lines also begin to warp the shape of the subject, producing some interesting results. 

_DSC7035_DSC7047-2  _DSC7040_DSC7035_b  _DSC7043  _DSC7042 _DSC7041  _DSC7037 _DSC7047-3 _DSC7047-3b

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 294 other followers