Battersea, London, 1999: Some exterior photos of the Battersea Powerstation– late 99. This iconic London structure is arguably the most recognisable face of British industrial architecture today. Famous for its Pink Floyd album cover (with the flying pig)- Battersea Powerstation is also a bit of an urban exploration mecca.Read more "Battersea"
London, England, 1997: I photographed this UFO low over the skies in South London back 1997. It was moving pretty fast and I’m not sure if there were any other confirmed sightings at the time or not. I didn’t really believe what I’d seen either, untill I got the film and photos processed… Mamiya ZE/50mm […]Read more "UFO over London"
Camden, London, 1998: I had a pub job for a couple of months on Camden high street. Living up-stairs gave me the opportunity for some interesting shots- it was a mad time in Camden town! Irn-Bru is a bright orange soft drink- the name originates from it’s connections with the Scottish Steel/Iron works where it […]Read more "Irn-Bru"
Clapham Junction, London, 1997: I’d recently purchased my first SLR camera, a Mamiya ZE with Sekor-E 50mm f1.7 lens (for about 40 quid). I was living/working in this old pub in South London and an avid reader of Fortean Times magazine. Having seen many faked UFO photos and curious as to how they were created, […]Read more "UFO"
Buckingham Palace, London, 1997: Just scanned this old neg today, a time-capsule (if you like) from 15 years ago… I was passing Buckingham Palace on my usual route into town from Victoria Station when I came across this crowd… Then there was an RAF fly-over… click- it must be the Queens birthday…. In hindsight those […]Read more "Palace"
Angel, London, 1999: Down in the tube station (via escalator) at midnight. Olympus XA2Read more "Underground"