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Front cover for a late season Edinburgh & Lothians Tourist Board short breaks brochure. Location was the upstairs restaurant of a pub near Haymarket, Edinburgh. Folk were mostly tourist board staff except for the girl hired from a model agency.

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Dancers, Stirling Highland Games. A shoot done for the New York advertising agency Givner and Chiles for a North American campaign by Scottish Tourist Board. A couple of years later Prestige Tours liked it as a stock shot enough to use it on the cover of their main guide.

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City of Edinburgh at dusk. Edinburgh Convention Bureau needed this photographed for the cover of their Guide to Meeting Space & Services. First attempt at this shot failed due to the Balmoral Hotel floodlighting not coming on early enough as I'd arranged.

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Studio photographed stock image that's been used over and over again to illustrate anything traditionally Scottish. This time used as a full page introduction to a piece on whisky and distilling in a popular French magazine.

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Part of a shoot for the UK Tyreplus Autoservice Group through Morgan Partnership, Glasgow for a campaign for Budget Tyres & Exhausts.

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One third A4 size advertising flyer promoting Edinburgh's Hogmanay celebrations. New Year fireworks at the stroke of midnight photographed from a Princes Street rooftop just opposite the Castle.

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National Cultural Strategy - Realising Culture's Potential Contribution. A prestigious publication produced by the Scottish Executive targeted at promoting the arts in Scotland.

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One of three different brochures produced advertising the New Lanark Mill Hotel and adjoining accommodation - several luxury self-catering 'Waterhouses' located in a superb setting right beside the River Clyde about 20 miles from Glasgow. 

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