Now On View at the Glasgow Art Club…

I’m absolutely delighted to announce I have been accepted into the Glasgow Art Club. Since 1867, the club has hosted a rarified list of some of Scotland’s most influential painters and photographers, and today counts some contemporaries among its ranks that I admire greatly. So – feeling quite happy and humbled today…

Three of my photographs will be on view and available for purchase during the clubs spring exhibition, and would love to see you there:

Preview: 22 February
Exhibition Runs: 23 February – 30 March

All That Glitters…

I’m proud to have been able to help with both the rebrand and photography for deborahmurdoch.com – Deborah makes beautiful, handmade pieces from her bench in Scotland, and each is a small piece of art.

The Old Mining Town

A few shots from a project that will evolve into something over time… taken in the hills and valleys of an old mining town dearly loved and kept willfully secret by those that live there…

New Book: The Suburbs of Iceland…

On previous trips, I – like so many – passed by all of the small towns in favor of the must-see wonders of Iceland. And yet they held a lot of fascination for me – I knew I was missing something genuine in the pursuit of grandeur.

And so on this trip, I wanted to see the places in between. This small portfolio is my experience of everyday neighborhoods in an extraordinary land…


Midnight in Iceland…

… and I’m shooting for my book on the Icelandic suburbs. Your body clock goes a bit haywire when the sun doesn’t set, but it is beautiful here by the sea. There is construction everywhere and clearly tourism is having a major effect here – at least in the boom towns around Reykjavik…