Heritage Site Photography UK

Heritage Site Photography UK

 
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“It’s amazing how much photographs can take on the qualities of a fine painting sometimes. This is very evident in a new exhibition of young photographer William Mulryne’s work, which is currently being hosted by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust at Hall’s Croft.” - Gill Sutherland, Stratford Herald

I'm a documentary photographer with an interest in heritage. For me photography has always been about creating visual documents.

One of the things I love doing is bringing out details in my images, which fits well with heritage since sometimes you need to document scratches in a wall that you can't see, even when someone points them out to you.

The more challenging something is to capture the more I enjoy doing it!

 
 

People I have worked with include:

Jarrold Publishers

Ashgate Publishers

Shakespeare Birthplace Trust

European Science Foundation's project PALATIUM

RNLI

King Edward VI School

Society for European Festival's Research

Stratford Town Trust

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Qualifications: 

BTEC Lv 3 in Photography

BTEC Lv 5 HND extended Diploma in Photography

My Gear:

I use a 36.6 megapixel camera which produces 55 megabyte files. I use RAW format and the latest digital processing. I ensure correct detail and colour is captured for future reference.

Books:

(All in progress)

 
 

Living with History; Life in Historic Stratford-upon-Avon

The Horsedrawn

Beacon Farming

 
 
 

Exhibitions

Living With History at Hall’s Croft. May - September 2019

A selection from my documentary book on Stratford-upon-Avon ‘Living With History, Life in Stratford-upon-Avon’. With Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and curated by Josephine Reichert, director of Ort Gallery - Birmingham. Funding by ArtsCouncil England.

 
 
 

Living With History at Stratford Playhouse. June - ? 2019

After the success of my exhibition at SBT’s Hall’s Croft, Proop Productions contacted me to create an exhibition for their exhibition space and for their community event ‘H’all 4 1’.