Rooftop Film Club

In Spring 2016 I photographed a couple of nights for Rooftop Film Club – their pop up on Roof East on top of Stratford Shopping Centre and a night celebrating the 25th anniversary of the release of Top Gun at the Geffrye Museum (so not actually on a roof!)

The Walkie Talkie building part one – Walkie Scorchie

The Walkie Talkie building (with the less inspiring official name of 20 Fenchurch Street) in the City of London was completed in Spring 2014, and recently opened it’s top floors – known as the Sky Garden – to the public. In Autumn of 2013 during construction the building briefly became known as the Walkie Scorchie, as theContinue reading “The Walkie Talkie building part one – Walkie Scorchie”

The London 2012 Olympics

The London 2012 Olympics. Years of planning and construction, bucket-loads of money and all over in two weeks…but it was bloody great. Despite many Londoners being full of cynicism prior to the event, it was a roaring success. I’m lucky enough to live pretty close to the Olympic site and also had tickets to a number ofContinue reading “The London 2012 Olympics”

The Shard

The Shard, London Bridge. This new addition to London’s skyline is also the new tallest building in Europe, and can be seen from all over the city. The building contains offices, a 5-star Shangri-La Hotel, restaurants, apartments and a viewing platform on the 72nd floor. The Shard opened on the 5th July with a laser andContinue reading “The Shard”

Docklands Museum

Museum of London Docklands, Isle of Dogs, London. The museum, which opened in 2003 in an old sugar warehouse, contains artefacts and displays telling the history of the Thames and Docklands area, from Roman times to the closure of the docks in the 1970’s and subsequent development into a busy business district. Among the manyContinue reading “Docklands Museum”