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Stephen McLaren
email: stephmclaren@btinternet.com

Jeremy Sutton-Hibbert
Tel: +44 (0)7831 138817
email: jeremy@documentscotland.com
Instagram: @jshPhotog

Colin McPherson
Tel: +44 (0)7831 838717
email: colin@documentscotland.com

Sophie Gerrard
Tel: +44 (0)7810 445431
email: sophie@documentscotland.com

Sarah Amy Fishlock
Tel: +44 (0)7926 538 772
email: sarah@sarahamyfishlock.com

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10 thoughts on “Contact

  1. I had the pleasure of viewing the ‘Document Scotland’ exhibition at FotoSpace in the Rothes Halls just yesterday. Really, a fine and thoughtful series of projects. It goes without saying that the photographs themselves were, without exception, quite excellent. I’d like to see much more of this; in larger galleries and throughout Scotland. So, best wishes to all, Tom Normand.

    • Many thanks indeed Tom, it is really much appreciated you took the time to visit our show, and also to leave a comment. We’re glad you’ve enjoyed it. We have other shows planned and will keep you informed of where and when they’ll be! Best wishes for now, Jeremy and all at Document Scotland.

  2. Hi, just seen the Friends of Kinniel have promoted the new Document Scotland app on ITunes. Is their any chance of an Android version being released at any point in time?

  3. Allison Street Baths?

    Lived in Boyd Street 1947 to 1962, you mean the Calder Street Baths!!!
    How could you get that basic point wrong?
    Where’s your research, glancing at the subject would have told you it was Calder Street!
    Jeez, have to ask myself, what else you got wrong?

    B

    • Indeed Barry, you are correct, it was a mistake on our part. It is indeed Calder Street Baths, thanks for pointing it out. – Jeremy

  4. Dear Document Scotland,

    Having recently graduated in 2015, I kindly submit a link to my documentary project portfolio, Uncanny Valley, exploring the world heritage site village of New Lanark for your consideration.

    In this project I seek to explore uncanny valley effect by documenting the dichotomy which exists between New Lanark’s past and present, contrasting it’s dual role for visitors as an almost perfectly preserved model of a utopian socialist society with the current residents whose very homes, kitchens and living rooms are world heritage sites, symbols of a bygone ideal of utopian equality. Photographed during the past year, the images mix portraits, interiors and landscapes of the village which sits on the Falls of the Clyde to question the uncanny valley which exists between the pastiche of an ideal utopian society and the real of everyday existence. In the valley which lies between past and present, the ruins of utopia stand side by side with it’s uncanny reconstruction, signifying the cognitive dissonance which exists between the dreams of utopia and it’s present reality.

    Should you require any further information on the project I am more than happy to provide. As a tremendous admirer of the documentary aesthetic of Document Scotland during my past 5 years of study, I thank you for your time and consideration in viewing my project.

    Kind regards,
    Alan Knox

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