Tanya Ahmed, United Kingdom

Glasgow 1986-1988 Eastwood, Cathcart, Park Grove Lane and the Gorbals. At the very beginning of my photography career I began to visit and photograph in Scotland and I credit my repeated trips to Glasgow for sparking my deep interest in the built environment. The variety of materials, textures and architectural styles coupled with the effects of time and the community have continued to draw me … Continue reading Tanya Ahmed, United Kingdom

Chris Pedleton, Edinburgh

http://www.chrispendletonart.com https://twitter.com/cpendletonart Chris Pendleton is a fine art photographer/visual artist from Edinburgh, Scotland. A graduate of the prestigious Edinburgh College of Art, Chris studied at the school of sculpture and graduated in 2008. Very much a visual artist, Chris spent much of his time working on large scale sculptural installations alongside developing his photographic technique. Since graduating, Chris has pushed his photography career and developed … Continue reading Chris Pedleton, Edinburgh

Bart Heirweg, Belgium

From 2011 until 2013 Bart worked on a large project for the Belgian Government in the framework of the World War I commemoration. For this project he has documented the remains of World War I in Flanders Fields both aesthetically and historically. The best images photographed in the scope of this project were later published in his first book ‘Silent Fields – Memorial sites of … Continue reading Bart Heirweg, Belgium

Kenneth Gray, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Scenes of Fountainbridge, Edinburgh. The McEwan’s Brewery used to be here, but it is now demolished. It is shortly to be the new home for the Boroughmuir school, as well as the new Edinburgh Printmakers Workshop. A regeneration programme has seen the building of accommodation for students of Napier University, the Fountain Park leisure complex and Edinburgh Quay at Lochrin. It is the current state … Continue reading Kenneth Gray, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Michela Griffith, United Kingdom

My ‘Streamscapes’ – images of water and light – originate in and around the River Dove in the Peak District National Park and although created in camera, they are sometimes mistaken for paintings. Many of these “Streamscapes” are drawn from two tributaries. Individually and collectively they show the influence of geology, the passing of the seasons, the character of the day, the legacy of rain … Continue reading Michela Griffith, United Kingdom