Some images captured at an event I was part of at the amazing Leith Theatre back in April. Designers from the design agency Contagious generated some amazing installations, printed visuals and projection mapped designs that really looked the part. Well done to all those involved!
These are a selection of images captured whilst making numerous trips to film 360 footage for Martell Cognac in France. As well as gaining detailed insights into the various processes involved in making Cognac the trip also offered the chance to explore the city of Cognac and surrounding countryside.
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
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.
En route to take some shots for a friend we took an unscheduled detour in order to check out a small abandoned cottage just off the main road. What we found was the kind of place a photographer could literally spend hours taking shots. Rotten floorboards, mouldy walls, retro wallpaper and general decaying interiors… amazing stuff.