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I absolutely love street art and have taken hundreds, if not thousands of images over the last twenty years on my travels.

Graffiti and street art provide signs of life self-generating. Often they are decorative, clever, and intriguing. Work appears suddenly and just as quickly vanishes – cleaned off, demolished or overpainted – only to reappear endlessly in other locations. It is an art form that is inherently transitory - some pieces last days, while others remain for years, until the paint starts peeling. And that is why I like it.

So a few new images taken in Liverpool, June 2021

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Liverpool, June 2021

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I absolutely love street art and have taken hundreds, if not thousands of images over the last twenty years on my travels.


Graffiti and street art provide signs of life self-generating. Often they are decorative, clever, and intriguing. Work appears suddenly and just as quickly vanishes – cleaned off, demolished or overpainted – only to reappear endlessly in other locations. It is an art form that is inherently transitory - some pieces last days, while others remain for years, until the paint starts peeling. And that is why I like it.


So a few new images taken in Liverpool, June 2021

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"As a new business, it was very important to me to get the right publicity photographs for my marketing materials. When I met David, he listened carefully to what I was trying to achieve with my brand, and then produced fabulous photographs that were exactly what I needed. He was extremely professional throughout but also nice and friendly. Myself and my clients found it easy to relax with him, which was essential to create the right vibe for the shoot. I would not hesitate to recommend him to anyone."

 

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