Royal Edinburgh Hospital ' Significant Spaces' Residency

The Significant Spaces photography project was set up to document the Royal Edinburgh Hospital during the substantial re-building programme, after which many parts of the old hospital will disappear. The aim of the project was to work with REH patients and staff, allowing them to photograph ‘meaningful’ places in the Hospital and to capture spaces before they are lost forever.

A journal has been produced as part of the residency as well as this, an Exhibition will take place as part of Edinburghs Doors open day on 29th and 30th of September at The Glasshouses, Royal Edinburgh Hospital.

Abandoned Ward

Abandoned Ward

Abandoned Ward

Abandoned Ward

Sewing Room

Sewing Room

Verandah Cafe

Verandah Cafe

Bathroom on Hermitage Ward

Bathroom on Hermitage Ward

Hermitage Ward

Hermitage Ward

Laundry Room

Laundry Room

Laundry Room

Laundry Room

Recreational space

Recreational space

Installation image, from the REH Glasshouses temporary exhibition

Installation image, from the REH Glasshouses temporary exhibition

Installation image, from the REH Glasshouses temporary exhibition

Installation image, from the REH Glasshouses temporary exhibition

Installation image, from the REH Glasshouses temporary exhibition

Installation image, from the REH Glasshouses temporary exhibition

Women Climbing

This is an ongoing series I have been working on for a number of years; which depicts women, either before or after embarking on some sort of climbing adventure. I am interested in the under representation of women in climbing and especially in the mountains. 

All images are made on a Hassleblad, medium format film, C-type prints are available 

 

 

 

 

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A few teasers from Michael and Sophie's wedding.

All images Hassleblad; colour, black and white and slide

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