Photographs of Aleppo, Syria from 16 Feb 2011, a few days before the start of the civil war. Also see Palmyra from the same period.
An assignment for Pembroke College, Oxford to photograph their new buildings which opened April 23rd, 2013
Click here for a record of the buildings previously on site, their demolition, archaelogy and a monthly record of the new building construction
Click Here for more images of the completed building
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My 30 favourite pictures from assignments and projects in 2012….
1/ The Walbrook Building by Foster and Partners More >>
2/ Oxford Street facade by Future Systems More >>
3/ M Shed by LAB Architecture Studio More >>
4/ Welsh Assembly by Richard Rogers More >>
5/ The Wave Car Park by Scott Brownrigg More >>
6/ Larch House by Millar + Howard Workshop More >>
7/ Gravesend Library by Clay Architecture More >>
8/ Biochemistry Building by Hawkins Brown More >>
9/ Vanishing Shanghai More >>
10/ Achaemenid Tombs at Naqsh-e Rustam, Iran More >>
11/ Villa W, London by Krause Architects More >>
12/ Boiler Suit by Heatherwick Studio More >>
13/ Ian Davenport “Poured Lines: Southwark” More >>
14/ Tower Bridge Road by Glas Architects More >>
15/ Romanian Vernacular Architecture More >>
16/ King’s Cross Station by John McAslan More >>
17/ Graffiti mural on Megaro Hotel More >>
18/ Aleppo Night Workshops, Syria More >>
19/ Glimpses of Iran More >>
20/ The Beauty of Iranian Symmetry More >>
21/ Mayfair Office by Data Nature Associates More >>
22/ Sweet Thames, run softly till I end my song More >>
23/ Paralympic Closing Ceremony, London 2012 More >>
24/ Sports Hall by Original Field of Architecture More >>
25/ International Photography Awards: 1st place More >>
26/ Contemporary Cotswold House More >>
27/ Botanical Gardens by C.F. Moller More >>
28/ Aarhus Business School More >>
29/ The Freight Yard by 3XN & Søren Jensen More >>
30/ Christmas Light Abstractions, London More >>
Winter dawn, Whitedole Bay, Dyfed.
Decisions, decisions, Castles bay, Dyfed.
WW2 searchlight bunker, Angle Peninsula, Dyfed.
Seascape, Angle Peninsula, Dyfed.
Milford Haven Jetty for delivery of Liquefied Natural Gas, South Hook Terminal, Dyfed.
Pembroke Oil Refinery across Angle Bay, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.
South Hook LNG terminal and jetty, Dyfed.
Storage Tank, Pembroke Oil Refinery, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.
Chimney forest, Pembroke Oil Refinery, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.
St Mary’s Church with Pembroke Oil Refinery Flares, Pwllcrochan, Dyfed.
Pembroke natural gas-fired Power Station, the largest in Europe, Dyfed.
Pembroke Oil Refinery at dusk, Rhoscrowther, Dyfed.
Night hiking to Pembroke, Dyfed.
Church Rock and Broad Haven Beach, Dyfed.
Mowingword cliffs, Dyfed.
Sentry box, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.
Church Rock & Stackpole Head, Dyfed.
Protection bunker for WW2 mover system, Trevellan Downs Tank Range, Dyfed.
Seascape, St Govan’s Head, Dyfed.
Coastguard Lookout, St. Govan’s Head, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.
St Govan’s Chapel, built above a hermitage cell in the 14th century, Dyfed.
Interior of St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed.
St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed.
Entrance to St Govan’s Chapel, Dyfed.
Old Spartan and Sultan armoured personnel carriers used as helicopter targets, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.
Cliffs at Newton Down, Dyfed.
Marker, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.
Radar Station at Castlehead, Castlemartin range East, Dyfed.
Elegug Stacks (Elegug is the Welsh word for the guillemot), Dyfed.
Flimston Bay, Dyfed.
Elegug Stacks and the south Pembrokeshire coast towards Stackpole Head, Dyfed.
The Green Bridge of Wales, a natural arch formed from Limestone, Dyfed.
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Sunrise over Caldey Island lighthouse, Dyfed.
Jackdaws, Penally, Dyfed.
Constellation of net buoys, Lydstep Haven, Dyfed.
Proud Giltar, Dyfed.
Amputation, Lydstep, Dyfed.
Last glimpse, Caldey Island, Dyfed.
Air Defence Range Manorbier I, Dyfed.
Presipe, Manorbier, Dyfed.
Air Defence Range Manorbier II, Dyfed.
Conigar pit, Manorbier, Dyfed.
Fissure, Priest’s Nose, Manorbier, Dyfed.
King’s Quoit, Neolithic Burial Chamber, Manorbier, Dyfed.
Double Yellow, Manorbier Castle, Dyfed.
Coast path to Freshwater East, Dyfed.
Freshwater East Beach, Dyfed.
Drinking Trough, Trewent Point, Dyfed.
Gorse & Bracken, Trewent Point, Dyfed.
Camp, Stackpole Head, Dyfed.
Telegraphed, Saundersfoot, Dyfed.
St Mary’s Church, Tenby, Dyfed.
Leafless, Carmarthen Bay, Dyfed.
Winter Shadow at Gosker Rock, North Beach, Tenby, Dyfed.
Prince Albert Memorial, erected in 1865 as the Welsh National Memorial to the consort of Queen Victoria, Tenby, Dyfed.
Winter light, Tenby bandstand, Dyfed.
Paragon, Tenby, Dyfed.
Fort St Catherine, a 19th century Palmerston Fort, Tenby, Dyfed.
Southerndown Home for Blind Babies collection box by the medieval town walls, Tenby, Dyfed.
Dylan Thomas Boathouse, where the poet lived with his family between 1949 and 1953, Laugharne, Dyfed.
River Taf at dawn, Laugharne, Dyfed.
The writing shed used by Dylan Thomas, close to The Boathouse, Laugharne, Dyfed.
First light, River Taf, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Dylan Thomas’ writing shed, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Laugharne Castle established in 1116, Dyfed.
River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Mouth of the River Taf, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Low tide, River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Wharley Point and the River Taf estuary, Laugharne, Dyfed.
East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Pendine Sands where in 1924 Malcolm Campbell set a world land speed record of 146.16 mph in his Sunbeam 350HP car Blue Bird, Dyfed.
Smoke cloud from the MOD firing range at Pendine Sands, Dyfed.
Shell damage to concrete block structure used in WW2 as preparation for Operation Neptune, the amphibious assault of mainland Western Europe. Ragwen Point near Pendine, Dyfed.
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Gatehouse, Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.
Carmarthen Castle, Dyfed.
Dorsal at dawn, Carmarthen, Dyfed.
Bascule bridge over the River Towy, Carmarthen, Dyfed.
Road near Llangain, Dyfed.
Gate, Llettyrneuadd, Dyfed.
Road marker, near Llangain, Dyfed.
Overhead power lines, near Llangain, Dyfed.
Liquid leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.
Path to Llansteffan, Dyfed.
River Towy from Llansteffan, Dyfed.
Fallen leaves, Llansteffan, Dyfed.
Castle Hill, Llansteffan, Dyfed.
Wharley Point, Dyfed.
Scott’s Bay, Llansteffan, Dyfed.
East marsh, Laugharne, Dyfed.
Moonlit camp by the River Taf, near Laugharne, Dyfed.
Hawthorn berries, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.
Rail lines, Kidwelly, Dyfed.
Reeds, Kidwelly Canal, Dyfed.
Robin, Kidwelly Quay, Dyfed.
St Mary’s Church, Kidwelly, Dyfed.
Kidwelly Castle and the River Gwendraeth, Dyfed.
South-East Tower, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.
Gatehouse, Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.
Inner Ward (c,1275), Kidwelly Castle, Dyfed.
River Towy, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.
Llansteffan Castle, Dyfed.
Circular Feeder, Near Carmarthen, Dyfed.
Underpass, Carmarthen, Dyfed.