Month: April 2009

2nd April 2009. Client: Linklaters

I enjoy the contrast in lifestyle from dealing with photographing legendary 20th century figures one day and then be scrabbling about in the rubbish bin for used recyclable waste the next. Linklaters, the international law firm in London, is so big it is like entering a small community I’m going to call Legal-town. Managing just…
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31st March 2009. Client: Bokförlaget Forum AB Sweden

I had the good fortune to photograph Nelson Mandela at his house in Johannesburg in 1998. I just sold the use of the photo to a Swedish publisher for the front cover of ‘Mandelas Arv ‘ by Richard Stengel. Thank you on-line translators, but I’m guessing the title of the book is not ‘Mandela’s inheritance…
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April 22, 2009 0

2nd March 2009. Client: King’s Cross Construction Centre

Ever wondered where you can learn how to be a bricklayer or carpenter? The King’s Cross Construction Skills Centre teaches local teenagers and adults to do just that. The idea is to supply the King’s Cross site across the road with a locally sourced skilled work force. On a shoot like this the equipment gets…
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April 22, 2009 0

February 2009. Client: Art on the Underground. Southwark Tube station

I followed artist Jessie Brennan as she took a group of London Underground staff on a creative voyage for Art On The Underground. The Southwark Tube volunteers took brass rubbings from the Tate’s escalators through to constructing their own cardboard city in the underground foyer, all this while answering travel enquiries from bemused passing commuters.…
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April 22, 2009 0

New website for Alastair Fyfe photography

We’re happy to announce that Alastair Fyfe photography has launched a new website. The new site features Flash image galleries showing some of Alastair’s recent work. If you don’t see what you need, please contact us.


April 2, 2009 0