Tag : photography

05 May 2019


Canal boats traditionally travel at 4 miles per hour, which roughly equates to the speed of a brisk walking pace, and this significantly determines how the waterway is experienced. It allows us time to observe, whilst travelling, in a way often lost to us in the modern era. It’s also a constant thread back to our ancestors, who also would have journeyed along the Bridgewater Canal with the same measured progress. I was commissioned by the Bridgewater Canal in Salford […]

06 Jun 2017
unity theatre liverpool archive


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.  

06 Jun 2017
walk the plank salford


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.    

16 Feb 2016


  A few websites have been featuring this set of photographs by Laurent Kronental. I think that they’re a wonderful exploration of a time when architects were creating vast estates that challenged the “old ways of living, as they saw it. Many of them failed in their ambitions to achieve the utopia that their vision drove them towards. What we’re doing with our evolving cities is something that fascinates me. ALL PHOTOGRAPHS ©LAURENT KRONENTAL You can see the original feature […]