This year marks ten years since I started taking pictures in the Cathouse, which is a pretty long time to be stumbling around drunkenly with a camera, however you look at it. The past few years I haven’t been in as often, but it’s still one of my favourite places to go out in Glasgow. […]Read more "Cathouse – Friday 3rd March, 2017"
This December passed, Al asked me along to shoot a wedding with him that was happening in our neck of the woods. We cut about from morning through to near the end, documenting the day for Jess and Stefano. Below is a mix of shots from both of us, which were processed by Al for consistency’s […]Read more "Jess and Stefano’s Wedding – December 2016"
Last May, I travelled to Montreal with work to meet up with my team. It was the first time I’d been in Canada, so I was fairly looking forward to it – especially as I’d heard a whole lot of great things about Quebec in general. Denise graciously offered me space to stay in her […]Read more "Montreal, Quebec – May 2016."
This weekend passed, Grace and I headed up to Aberfeldy for the wedding of my old friends Michelle and Murray/Big Money/Magnus/That other nickname I promised I wouldn’t use any more. The day was set in the rather splendid looking Menzies Castle, and I brought along my camera to get some pictures. Thanks to Michelle’s dad, there […]Read more "Michelle and Murray’s Wedding"
I’m fond of telling people who aren’t familiar with Hogmanay about how it’s traditionally the biggest night of the year in Scotland. It’s the one time that you can drink in the street in Glasgow without fear of legal reprisal, and generally everybody is just out to have a good time. It feels like the […]Read more "Hogmanay 2016"
Working remotely is great, but one of the big downsides of being part of a company that is spread out all over the world is that you miss out on the regular social side of things… including that great tradition of the office Christmas party. In my old job, it was the highlight of the […]Read more "UKMattician Christmas Dinner 2016 – Edinburgh"
In my last blog I lambasted the hassles I was having with scanning negatives lately. The Lomo DigitaLIZA holder which I have used for years simply wasn’t holding the latest batch of films that I’d developed flat – sometimes to such an extent that they wouldn’t even stay in the holder itself. I got slightly better […]Read more "New Scanner Results…"