Last year, The Guild of Photographers asked me if I’d like to come along with them on a photo tour of Iceland. I don’t need to tell you my response. Acting as a combination of participant and Iceland ‘expert’ (I hesitate to use that termÂ as I know there is so much I still have to learn about the country) I flew to my second home on 10th March andÂ spent 8 amazing days with a lovely group of photographers and our brilliant guide, Siggi.
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One of the most exciting jobs I’ve had recently was one I had to keep under wraps until just now. Workplace design consultantsÂ Burtt-Jones and Brewer had asked me to photograph the new London offices of Swedish bank SEB, in a building directly opposite St Paul’s Cathedral in the heart of the City of London. Continue reading Image bank
An acronym from my former life working in finance there for you: Year to Date. Anyway, for no reason other than I want to (and it’s my blog, so why not?) here, in no particular order, is a selection of photos from my year so far. It’s been a good year; mostly interiors but with some variety, as well as the start of my personal project, Icelanders in London.
Prints of some of my images are available at nickminers.com/prints. Â Proceeds from the prints you buy go towards helping me pursue my personal projects. Thank you, and enjoy!