“I’m a Scottish photographer based in London. My work is inspired by both rural and cosmopolitan themes; from wild horses on the Gower Peninsula and abandoned objects and relics on the Isle of Mull, to abstractions from modern architecture and collaborations with actors, performers and artists from around the world.
Ideas of transience and the beauty of imperfection have a significant influence. My method is spontaneous and instinctive.
My work was recognised by inclusion in The Leica Meet and their ‘A Selection of Excellence 2016’ collection. and a solo exhibition at THE LAST SUPPER art gallery in London in October 2017. I am proud to be included in the forthcoming Peerie exhibition at The Junor Gallery in St Andrews in December 2018.” – Alistair Macnaughton
The Gallery is proud to be presenting your work! Alistair Macnaughton’s photograph of abandoned boats on the Isle of Mull relates directly to another work in the exhibition, Marion Smith’s COMMON SOURCE. Marion’s small bronze is a memorial to the long lost days of boatbuilding in St Monan’s, Fife. The decaying boats seem to be exactly the design produced by the thriving boat building industry in this village in Fife.
Instant printed photograph (Leica Sofort)
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