Natalie R's In. Are You?

15 April 2014

Region: London

Natalie Robinson has joined Bleeding London.

“I have lived and worked in central London for the last 20 years -involved in
architecture, design and art. My main mode of transport is walking and since
beginning to be seriously involved in photography -about 5 years ago- I have
been capturing life on the street alongside the buildings, materials and
textures around me. I am a member of the RPS and London Independent
Photography [LIP] as well as my local photographic society -City of London
and Cripplegate. I am particularly interested in patterns and
abstraction -in all kinds of locations- and use Leica and Olympus systems.

I've already contributed to a number of projects/exhibitions interpreting
parts of London (Medieval meets Modern -Islington Local History Unit;
EC3 -Artillery Architects; St Clements Hospital -East London Community  Land
Trust) and now it’s great to be able to be part of the wider  challenge of Bleeding London.

I live in the City of London so I'll be shooting in EC and its boundaries
with WC, N and E.

Image:  (Top) Natalie; (Bottom) Holborn Viaduct © Natalie Robinson.