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08 Jun 2017
telescope jodrell bank brian eno

BLUE DOT WORKSHOP

I’m delighted to announce that I will be hosting a lowlight photography workshop at this year’s Blue Dot Festival ( 7/8/9th July ) at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire. There are 10 places on the course. On the Saturday afternoon there is an informal session on the techniques I use and how I approach seeing pictures. Then, on the Saturday night after the band on the main stage has finished there will be a Photo Walk, followed, on the Sunday afternoon, […]

06 Jun 2017
unity theatre liverpool archive

UNITY THEATRE LIVERPOOL

The Unity Theatre in Livepool has undergone a major refurbishment and I was asked to document the work over the first part of 2017. It’s a theatre that prides itself on showing new and experimental work. The building will be fully open by Autumn 2017.  

06 Jun 2017
walk the plank salford

COBDEN WORKS

Arts company Walk The Plank have commissioned me to archive the building of their new HQ and workshop on Cobden Street in Salford. They’ve made use of an old factory building and will be very much part of the revitalisation of Salford, a city which is now attracting a significant of artists and creators. The project is due for completion by the end of summer 2017.    

06 Jun 2017
welsh streets place first liverpool

WELSH STREETS LIVERPOOL

I’ve been commissioned by Place First to document the regeneration of the Welsh Streets in Liverpool 8. The houses in the these streets had been tagged for demolition but, after long campaign by the local community, were deemed worthy of being saved and refurbished. The first stage is due for completion by the end of 2017.

09 Aug 2016
roof gardens castlefield de trafford

HUMAN.DEVELOPMENT

  Nearly a new year ago I began work on a new project, working with DeTrafford estates. This is the press release that was sent out at the time. “A unique artistic collaboration between DeTrafford Estates and fine art photographer Simon Buckley will chart Castlefield’s changing cityscape and provide new insights into the role of the developer in the transition of Manchester. Simon, a successful photographer for over 25 years, has recently won plaudits for his intimate twilight portraits of […]