I have had the privilege of exhibiting an new body of work at the Ulster Hall. The exhibition features a series of photographs that document the Harland and Wolff Headquarters and Drawing Offices that closed in 1989 and soon fell into disrepair. The building is steeped in history. Not only did Harland and Wolff employ around [...]
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Jones Lang LaSalle commissioned two large prints to be permanently displayed in one of their buildings situated on Bothwell Street, Glasgow. The prints were required to fill the blank space between two pillars in the reception area and to become a focal point. This allowed me to produce my largest prints to date each measuring [...]
Jones Lang LaSalle commissioned a new series of work on modern architecture in Glasgow. The images are to be permanently displayed in Charlotte House on Queens St in Glasgow. The Prints were required to replace noticeboards in the reception area of Charlotte House, this produced some interesting print sizes and ratios. All the images are [...]
The 9th century poem ‘The Blackbird of Belfast Lough’ is the motto and emblem of the Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry. To celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the founding of the Centre, local and international artists have been invited to interpret the blackbird and its song.
A translation by Ciaran Carson
the little bird
that whistled shrill
from the [...]
‘City’ features recent work by photography graduates from the Department of Visual Communication in the School of Design at the Glasgow School of Art. The photographers represented in the exhibition now live and/or work in various cities around the world. The title and theme from the exhibition, ‘City’, is deliberately broad and allowed the participants [...]
‘Seeing Red: Scotland’s Exotic Textile Heritage’ is an exhibition at the Collins Gallery tracing the development of the Turkey-red dyeing industry in Glasgow between the 1930s and 1985. For the first time, a wealth of material from both public and private collections have been brought together illustrating the diverse uses of this dye, its impact [...]
Challenging Walls is an art-peace project that shares the vision of bringing together in an active dialogue the diverse communities of people living within the parameters of physical and mental walls in Israel and Palestine. This project, funded by the European Commission through the EU Culture 2000 programme, is deemed to dissolve the concrete wall [...]
Project4 gallery in Washington D.C, exhibited works from the ‘Building’ Exhibition in June 2007.
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An exhibition in the Black Box - Belfast showing new work, which explores the political situation in Cyprus. The photographic images document sectors located within and around the United Nations buffer zone. The work examines ideas of disruption and adaptation within urban zones of conflict.
Morgan Stanley asked me to create a series of photographs on the concept of ‘Glasgow Behind the Scenes.’ The photographs formed a permanent exhibition inside the Cerium Building, Morgan Stanley’s new office in Glasgow. The photographs were lightjet prints 25 inches x 25 inches and covered a range of locations including tower blocks in Sighthill, [...]