At a precarious historical moment for the UK, Kingdom takes a broad ranging look around the country.
For around 15 years I have travelled extensively throughout the UK photographing architecture. I have got to know areas of its urban & industrial landscape quite well and have always been drawn to scenes that give a sense of the country's deep weave. Scenes that capture the significance of homes, industry, infrastructure and landscape. The relationships that underpin and sustain a country.
Since the Scottish Independence referendum and continuing through Brexit, the constant talk of nationhood got me thinking more about these relationships. I started adding to some shots I had already taken and over the last couple of years have built up an expanding series of photographs.
The photographs look mostly beyond the spectacle and branding of city centres. Probing at the broader accumulated environment, its long industrial and urban history, its development and absorption of change, its social links and its common bind. From the Scottish referendum through Brexit, this wide ranging look around the country speaks of enduring and adapting relationships in deep contrast to the current flurry of national uncertainty.

Homes & offshore wind farm, Barrow-in-Furness

Homes & allotments, A48, Cardiff

Homes & Christchurch, Leicester

Port Talbot town & steel works

M5 Avonmouth flyover & manufacturing units, Bristol

Homes & Walney Channel, Barrow-in-Furness

Gourock & ferry, Firth of Clyde

Suburban homes, Belfast

Seafront & cliffs, Seaford

Homes & A27 Shoreham bypass, Hove

A46, Saxondale Junction & Bingham Bypass, Nottinghamshire

A46, Saxondale Junction & Bingham Bypass, Nottinghamshire

Homes & beach, Seaford

Piel Castle & Ramsden dock, Barrow-in-Furness

Kilcreggan & ferry, Firth of Clyde

Divis & Black Mountain transmitter masts, NI

Container Ship off the coast of Dungeness, English Channel

Contisbury Hill relay transmitter, North Devon Coast

Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal fired power station

Knightstone Island, Weston-super-Mare

New corporate build, Ludgate Hill, London

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