Interesting article about the death of the election poster by the BBC
I’ve just uploaded the first images of my new personal project.
With suitable building land becoming a scarce commodity, there is an ever increasing demand for land to build homes on in the UK, this series of pictures examines where next for existing, and new housing estates.
For those of us who grew up in the 1970’s and 80’s many hours were spent watching television programmes that were made in the ATV and Central television studios on Broad Street in Birmingham.
Central stopped broadcasting from the site in 1997 when they moved to the current Gas Street studio.
From these buildings some of televisions finest, and not so classic programmes were made, Tiswas, Bullseye, Blockbusters, Supermarket Sweep and of course, Crossroads.
1982 film of the changeover from ATV to a new era of Midlands broadcasting, Central television.
The area will now become part of the Arena Central development.
Commission for the BMA, pictures of Birmingham GP Samir Dawlatly at his surgery and home with his family for a new section on their website, real doctors.
Some of my recent work used in the College of Optometrists new strategic plan.
I’ve been supplying pictures to Birmingham Women’s Hospital for a number of years which they use for website, patient leaflets and marketing.
The hospital has a leading role in fertility and medical education, research and development in the UK.