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09 Dec 2020

DARK DAYS, LUMINOUS NIGHTS

DARK DAYS, LUMINOUS NIGHTS It’s 2021. Manchester. Gleaming apartments rise up over the ancient river Irk, and under the prime real estate of Angel Meadow, 40,000 bodies are buried. Cities change. In their most ambitious collaborative project to date, Manchester Collective re-imagine the live experience for a volatile new age. Inspired by a journey along a ruined waterway and premiering in mid-winter at The White Hotel in Salford, ‘Dark Days, Luminous Nights’ is part-exhibition, part-installation: a tapestry of music, film, […]

24 Jul 2020
Piccadilly Mnchester Dawn Fairfield Street

NEW PICTURE – 3.13AM

I’ve just published a new photograph on the website. Click here to visit the page

24 Jul 2020
Piccadilly Mnchester Dawn Fairfield Street

NORTH WESTERN STREET – MANCHESTER 3.13AM

I actually began in Macclesfield Forest, on the night of the full moon for my project ‘Our Future is Ancient’. After sitting in the car for several hours, watching the trees defend themselves by twisting and twirling in the gusting air as rain fell hard and consistently, I decided to return to the city. The day was just emerging as I was passing through the Piccadilly area, so I stopped to photograph. It’s an area still awaiting its fate as […]

01 May 2020

NEW POST – MANCHESTER PICCADILLY

My second recent visit out at dawn took me to the area around Manchester Piccadilly Station. It’s a difficult area to photograph, being slightly chaotic in its layout. Looking at the departure board in a time when our travel is restricted I felt such a strong urge to visit places I’d not normally consider spending a day in. You can read the text, see images and listen to audio recorded whilst there by clicking this link

01 May 2020

MANCHESTER PICCADILLY 04.22AM

PICCADILLY STATION 04.22AM April 2020 LISTEN TO DAWN AUDIO FROM PICCADILLY Manchester Piccadilly comes into view not long after the London Road has bent under the Mancunian Way, on the way in from Ardwick. This terminus station was built high off the ground, the trains arriving and leaving by tracks laid on viaducts of tainted, red brick. The surrounding area sets the standard for Mancs, being a place of compromised promise, of bold ambitions impaired by the nagging ghosts of […]

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