Island Drift shoots completed 

15/11/2013
NVA's Island Drift. Photo: Alan McAteer

Island Drift, our new photography work made with the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, has completed nine night shoots throughout 2013.

We have just launched a blog that offers real insight into NVA’s approach to articulating the remarkable Highland Boundary Fault line on the southern reaches of Loch Lomond. The creative team led by designer James Johnson and photographer Alan McAteer have undertaken panoramic tests to construct enigmatic images of the loch and islands. Multiple light sources and movement have been combined to powerful effect with invaluable support from the Loch Lomond Rescue boat team and NVA volunteers and park rangers through all weather conditions imaginable.

Island Drift will be exhibited in spring/summer 2015.


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