This will be a virtual talk for anyone interested in architecture, place and photography. It will be illustrated throughout taking the audience from the centre of Silbury Hill to the inside of some of the most important post war private houses via an eclectic range of other sites and building types. There will be reflection on how some of the images were made and the importance of recording our historic environment.
James Davies has worked as an architectural photographer for thirty years and exhibited and published widely with books on English Prisons, Tin Mining, Post War Buildings and Stonehenge to name a few. He has published in magazines all over the world including Wallpaper, AR and Blueprint. He has won numerous awards and exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery twice in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Portrait Awards. He also lectures on Architectural Photography.
PLEASE NOTE: Our digital talks are accessible exclusively to members of the Friends of Swindon Museum and Art Gallery. If you would like to join (for £15 per year) your support would be hugely appreciated during these difficult times. As a member you will receive the details for joining all our digital talks via Zoom!
Date(s) - 10/12/2020
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery