For the last two years, I've been working on a spectacular new project that I can proudly announce – Clanscape.
Landscape photography has always been a personal passion, a quiet escape from the hustle of my professional work. However, in 2020, with some unexpected time on my hands, I delved deeper into my family roots during the lockdown. Uncovering the stories of my ancestors led me to the far north of Scotland, specifically to Caithness, and ignited a spark that would become Clanscape.
Clanscape is a heartfelt journey into the world of Scottish heritage. The project is a curated collection of landscape photographs meticulously capturing historically significant locations tied to over 100 Scottish clans, available to buy as prints.
Each image is carefully researched and planned to tell the story of Scotland's rich tapestry of history and culture.
The essence of Clanscape lies in its mission to connect people with their Scottish roots through the power of photography. From the rugged beauty of the Scottish Highlands to the serene Isles of Islay and Skye, every photograph in the collection is a window into the past, echoing the tales of clans such as Gunns, MacGregors, MacDonalds, and Nicholsons.
What started as a personal exploration of my own family's heritage has evolved into a huge collection of prints encompassing over 100 recognised Scottish clans. With meticulous care taken to research and plan the perfect shots, Clanscape aims to offer a profound sense of belonging and connection to all who would like to visualise their Scottish heritage.
I'm thrilled to invite you to experience clanscape.scot