Tag "Kevin McCollum"

Dunfermline photographer delighted to be featured in prestigious exhitbition

Pattiesmuir photographer Kevin McCollum, whose work has been featured several times on Avocado Sweet, is delighted that two of his images (below and bottom) have been in included in The Collection Series: Works from Private Photography Collection and Alan Dimmick’s Studio. The two part display, which is at the Stills Gallery until 9 April, marks the continuation of a series of annual exhibitions aimed at increasing the visibility of photography

Local Christmas Shopping Guide #2: art and craft

Unless you’re buying for Alex Salmond, it’s too late to commission a full size portrait of your loved one for this Christmas but all of the artists and makers featured here offer commissions and vouchers for their work which would make an exciting start to 2016 for anyone lucky enough to receive one. Pictured above is a typically vivid piece by celebrated illustrator Jill Calder. Calder is based in Cellardyke

Kevin McCollum – photographer

Kevin McCollum: environment, architecture, interiors photographer. Kevin is a freelance photographer who studied in Edinburgh and whose work features in national publications, advertising campaigns and annual reports for a range of clients. kevinmccollumphotography.com info@kevinmccollumphotography.com 07886 885081

Mr McCollum goes to New York (and Chicago): cool urban photography

Brilliant Fife photographer Kevin McCollum is back from an enviable trip to New York and Chicago bringing back with him not the usual collection of selfies and naked knee shots but these stunning images in both colour and black and white. New York really is the city equivalent of Kate Moss – no matter the advancing years nor the decadence, it has just so many looks and seems hardly able

Eastwood: two Dunfermline musicians turn heartbreak into song

Talking in advance of his charity gig at the Carnegie Hall on 7 June, popular Dunfermline musician George Murray (above) says, ‘To move a mountain you start with the stones’. With tickets for the gig selling well and an album ready for release, George is delighted about just how far his Eastwood project has come. Tragically, George and his friend and fellow musician Stuart Henderson (below) both lost their beautiful