MB Photography | Projects


The work here represents some of my completed and ongoing personal projects. If you have any questions about the images here, or are interested in publishing or exhibiting any of the work on this website please contact me directly. Although many of these images are not for sale in the gallery they may be available on request.

36 Reasons to Recycle

36 Reasons to Recycle

A small fraction of the flotsam and jetasm that has washed up on the beach at Three Cliffs Bay on Gower. Where would the world be without the invention of plastic I wonder?

Gateway

Gateway

The ubiquitous farm gate, old and new, in various states of use and disrepair. All from my home village of Ystradfellte. A small typology that interests me because of the small (or sometimes large) differences in essentially the same piece of farm hardware.

Middle East

Middle East

The Middle East has had a turbulent history and has recently undergone some fairly dramatic political and military changes. In the late 1990s and early 2000s I visited a number of countries in the region, drawn by a fascination of their history and architectural remains. While it was relativey normal for people to visit certain parts of Egypt back then, some of the other locations I travelled t

Turkish Delight

Turkish Delight

Behind the tourist gloss of Dalyan lies the everyday infrastructure of a town and signs of its future development potential. A combination of new construction, neglect and general untidiness that has a certain photographic appeal.

Using Martin Parr's documentary style as my main influence I have sought to capture the less-obvious view of a foreign holiday resort than the perfect postcar

Alghero in Detail

Alghero in Detail

Often the detail is more photographically interesting than the wider view and this was certainly the case in the old Sardinian town of Alghero. A combination of weathered window shutters, doors and decaying plasterwork give an impression of neglect but also enhance the feeling of history in the town. Many of these features wouldn't be given a second glance while walking down the street and like

Ridgeline

Ridgeline

The best walks in the mountains for me are along ridges, and they also happen to form some of the best shapes in the mountain landscape.

This series of images capture some of the ridgelines that have attracted my attention during my forays into the Brecon Beacons. Generaly captured in conditions of low cloud they present the landscape as a simple set of intersecting and diverging lines