The Third Collective Zine.

We chose the name ‘The Third Collective’ as we wanted the whole zine to have a minimalist design throughout, and we felt that using bold, Roman numerals added to this idea. It also visually references us as three individual photographers, with different interests but mutual appreciation for the professionalism within photography. Working in greyscale was not our original idea, but we decided collectively that it … Continue reading The Third Collective Zine.


There is no definite, certain answer for how to network. Every professional working in the creative industry will have their own way of meeting new contacts and potential clients. It is important for a photographer, regardless of what area they wish to specialise in, to understand that meeting new people is an essential part of the job. Your photographic work must be technically strong in … Continue reading Networking.

Understanding Licensing Fees.

Image Licensing Made Clear. – Below is a copied piece of text, courtesy of Jonathan Bowcott Photography. He explains how copyright can apply to any medium, with photography being no exception. A photographer automatically owns copyright for an image produced. This article provided me with crucial information that I needed in order to write my article on image licensing. “Before an explanation about licensing I want … Continue reading Understanding Licensing Fees.

Interview Responses From Photographers.

As part of my research for this brief, I got in contact with many architectural and interior photographers, as well as arranging to meet with Marc Wilson and James Arthur Allen. I discovered an online article which listen the names of fifteen of the best architectural and interior photographers of 2015. After sending them initial emails, explaining why I was getting in contact, a number … Continue reading Interview Responses From Photographers.


I originally began this project with the idea of documenting some of the many brutalist buildings around Bristol. This architectural movement flourished from the 1950’s to the 1970’s, and came out of the modernist movement of the early 20th century. Public opinion is quite varied when it comes to this style of building, with some people more inclined to dislike the concrete vastness. However, I … Continue reading Brutalism.