One West Regent Street in Glasgow designed by Ryder Architects. This was a project fraught with difficulties from my own point of view. What started out as a relatively straight forward commission soon became very complicated. I was working primarily for the architects. they commissioned me before anyone else was on board, but then PR companies were getting involved and all of a sudden there was a big demand for a very diverse brief. A set of photographs you've taken for an Architect, aren't always going to be of use to a PR company, there might be some overlap, but for the best part they'll want to direct their own brief. Despite all this I'm pretty happy with most of the images, a good deal of them were taken when the building was still in the construction phase due to the requirement for images on behalf of the architect, which is less than ideal, as the weather was pretty poor in some of the shots. It was a long time in the making, and the resulting set of architectural photographs hopefully do this building justice, you can read more on the building here.