A few shots from a recent shoot for Dram & Smoke as they prepare for a series of pop-up events at the Biscuit Factory during the Edinburgh festival. They’re serving up some seriously tasty food and drinks… well worth checking out!
These are a few shots of the recently published book Dark Inspirations 2 from Victionary. The book showcases a variety of grotesque and often disturbing artworks from illustrators and designers from around the globe. I’m proud to have some of my work feature as part of the publication.
I’m looking forward to capturing some unique footage and imagery with my new Phantom 3 drone. These are a few images captured during it’s maiden flight on a particularly uninspiring, cloudy day in Edinburgh. This thing is brilliant to fly. The controls are easy straight out of the box, whilst the camera is able to capture some stunningly crisp footage and images. Well worth the money… go get one!
WIP (Work In Progress) was an event organised by Edinburgh based design agency Contagious. Held at the Biscuit Factory in Leith, the purpose of the event was to celebrate the creative process through a series of random exhibits intended to inform and inspire fellow professionals and students alike. With exhibits ranging from photography, film and interactive art through to retro gaming, projection mapping, illustration and car restoration the event was a real eclectic mix of creativity and ideas… with beer and frozen margaritas thrown in for effect. #create #design #edinburgh
Thanks to Vetro Editions Berlin for featuring my work on the cover and inside of their latest book Skullture. The book explores our fascination with the human skull throughout history and across a myriad of creative disciplines. Aside from my own photography the book also contains some amazing and inspiring works from 70 contributors touching on anything from fashion design and illustration to product design and fine art. An excellent publication of which I’m proud to be a part of.
A selection of images captured at The July 4th Gathering in Edinburgh. Set against the raw, urban backdrop of The Biscuit Factory in Leith the event was intended to encourage and inspire designers, photographers, models and stylists to come together, collaborate and share new ideas. Thanks to Scot Street Style for organising the great event.
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.