North Weald Redoubt Fort Trip

Earlier in the year I visited North Weald Redoubt with a couple of friends. Ramblings so Far & Chill Cleal The redoubt was built at the end of the 19th Century to protect London in case of war. There are still two surviving (albeit rusty) Allan Williams Turrets which were used to defend a nearby radio station. The…

London Architecture & Free Range Exhibitions

Today I decided to go into London, specifically Brick Lane and the surrounding area. Currently at Brick Lane the Old Truman Brewery is hosting the Free Range art and design exhibitions. Many universities and colleges are there showing off the work of the graduating 3rd years in the hope to gain some exposure and maybe…

When the Sun goes down…

… the lights come out! It has been a couple of weeks since my previous photography trip and I was itching to get out into the open world again! For my latest trip I decided to go out during the darker hours to try and get some interesting shots of lit architecture & structures. I…

Home Photography

So because England is a wash out these days it is very hard to get motivated to walk outside and do some photography. So to make sure I continued taking pictures I decided to take a look around my house and see if I could spot anything of interest. Here are some of the pictures…

Shadwell, London

A trip around Shadwell, an area of London I had never explored before, produced some interesting photographic opportunities. I walked mainly around the back streets, avoiding main roads as much as possible. The photographs are in keeping with my minimal theme, some of them providing quite strong colour variations.            …

London’s Minimal Complexities

London has always fascinated me as a city. The intertwined mixture of old & new architecture can develop some strikingly complex visuals. I wanted to try and reduce this complexity down a notch, to deliver something simple & minimal whilst keeping the original detail and complex nature of the architecture.          …