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Designer… photographer… dreamer…

About me

Based in the Clyde Valley area of Scotland, I am an award-winning graphic designer/art director, with a passion for photography. My design background influences my photography, and this site focuses on the images I make (I apologise for that terrible pun!). My love of design and photography is surpassed only by my love of nature… I’m at my happiest in the great outdoors, exploring the landscape and coastal regions of Scotland, or occasionally venturing further afield.

I’ve had images published in multiple media outlets and have been lucky to receive shortlisting and awards in national competitions:

2011 – Shortlisted in Landscape photographer of the year.

2012 – Shortlisted in Landscape photographer of the year.

2014 – Exhibiting as part of WEX photographer of the year.

2015 – Exhibiting as part of WEX photographer of the year.

2015 – Finalist in Outdoor Photographer of the year.

2015 – Commended in Scottish Landscape photographer of the year.

2016 – Runner-up South Lanarkshire Photographer of the year.

2016 – Runner-up Scottish Nature Photography Awards – Botanical category.

2016 – Commended in Scottish Landscape photographer of the year.

2017 – Shortlisted in Scottish Landscape photographer of the year.

2017 – Shortlisted in Scottish Nature Photography Awards – Botanical category.

 

The galleries on this site show a selection of my favourite images, across many genres of photography… you’re most welcome to look around. There are two project galleries, “Project 50” and “Prudential RideLondon”… Project 50 was a self initiated challenge to take at least one shot a week for 50 weeks throughout 2015. Prudential RideLondon, is a three year commissioned project documenting the world’s greatest festival of cycling, part of the London 2012 Olympic legacy.

You can contact me via this site, you can also follow me on twitter, flickr, and license via Getty Images,

Stuart Stevenson

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