Brighton / Tim George, 2013
New photography up on my Flickr page – taken during a traditional English bank holiday seaside trip. I always find places like Brighton a really interesting challenge to photograph. It’s so difficult to bring a new dimension to the place – the same clichéd shots have been done over and over again.
I’m not saying I found anything radically different this time around, but the light was gorgeous and I’m pretty pleased with a few of my shots. Certainly captures the feel of the place anyway.
Check em out
Oh, also, I’m loving the new Flickr since it was re-designed. A massive improvement from the old style, it feels really fresh and clean now, as well as being a whole lot simpler.
Acton Depot / 2013
Some new shots are now up on my Flickr – taken during a tour of the London Transport Museum Depot in Acton, West London.
If you’re in any way interested in graphic design, typography, and/or trains, I would suggest you get down there as soon as you can. It’s an absolute treasure trove of beautiful items from the network’s rich 150-year history.
Unfortunately, being a depot, there’s very little natural light, so please excuse the grainy, artificial tone of the shots. I’m sure you’ll agree, the content more than makes up for it.
Aldwych station / photographs, 2012
New photography on my Flickr page – exploring the now disused Aldwych tube station (more info here)
Untitled / Stoke Newington, 2012
Some new photography now on my Flickr.
London Transport Museum photography / 2012
Just uploaded some new photos to my Flickr. If you haven’t been to the London Transport Museum, and you’re in any way interested in graphic design, maps, posters, or typography… get down there right now.
Various / Bath, 2012
I just got a great new lens for my Nikon DSLR. A selection of recent shots are now on my Flickr.
Photos taken on a road trip to Bruges, Amsterdam, and Brussels.
See them all here.
On Saturday I went to Bust Magazine‘s Christmas craft fair in Bethnal Green, located in the fantastic York Hall.
Barbican estate / Chamberlin, Powell & Bon, 1959 – 82
I love this building.
Today I found this rather obsessive site containing a ridiculous amount of information about living at the Barbican. Plenty of reading for me.