Level – Photography Exhibition By Kilian O’Sullivan and Nick Guttridge
Architectural photographs of the rarely seen up close London land mark Battersea Power Station Jetty Coal Cranes (specially lit for the shoot) and Photography created through the collaboration between Photographer, Rambert dancers and Allies and Morrison.
A collection of inspiring recent “Architectural” photography by Kilian O’Sullivan and Nick Guttridge – who have come together to collaborate on this show.
On display are images of the rarely seen up close London land mark Battersea Power Station Jetty Coal Cranes (specially lit for the shoot) and Photography created through the collaboration between Photographer, Rambert dancers and Allies and Morrison.
About Kilian O’Sullivan
Kilian O’Sullivan is a location photographer who works with Architects developers, public bodies, private clients, publishers and artists to express their projects through the medium of photography and to communicate that design mission to the ultimate client – the Public at large.
“The exciting aspect of working on any project is to envisage the ultimate client – the Public and to make photographic images that embody design objectives and bring that concept to a wider audience through promotion, publication, exhibition and discussion”.
Work by Kilian O’Sulllivan
Battersea Power Station Jetty Coal Cranes at night, a study of the cranes just before dismantling for refurbishment as part of the redevelopment of the Battersea Power Station.
Desert House and Dogtrot House, Dun Hillam Architects, Alice Springs and South Coast New South Wales.
One Valentine Place, London, by Stiff + Trevillion Architects
About Nick Guttridge
Nick Guttridge is a location photographer who’s clients range from within architecture, the arts and design.
Most recently Nick has discovered contemporary dance photography through a collaboration with ‘Rambert’ and ‘Allies and Morrison’.
‘I enjoy the process of making an image. I often dream them up before I take them. Most of my shoots involve pre-planning, lighting, models and compositional considerations. Of course there is always the unpredictable nature of the elements also. London is my muse for these explorations’.
Work by Nick Guttridge
Rambert dancers and Allies and Morrison.
Shard Time Lapse.