The Talented Mr Cooper

Lee Cooper

I had the pleasure of working with Lee this Monday in Aberdeen, pleasure photographing him!! Author and film maker based in Aberdeen.

Read “Granite Grit” the story of Joes harsh upbringing in the streets of Tilly and
his quest to be crowned the bare knuckle champ and re-unite with his dad.

Lumberjack Inc.

2edit_edited-3Scot Thompson is Head Honcho at Lumberjack Inc.

Popped up to Aberdeen Union Square today to see Lumberjack Inc. Having not seen him for quite a few months it was good catching up and seeing how busy and successful his business is getting.

Scott a former Professional Athlete (represented British Junior and Scottish Senior Teams in Shot Putt and Discus) launched Lumberjack Inc. in October 2015.

Struggling to find someone to repair his damaged fencing he decided to give it a bash himself. Having completed the job, his wife commented that with his beard and checked shirt covered in sawdust he looked like a lumberjack.

His beard was also an issue. Being very active, it got messy very easily and he wanted to find a way to maintain it properly. Months of research later, he now has his own range of unique fragrances which help keep his beard lovely and soft.

Exclusive to Lumberjack Inc. Scot was telling me today is the ‘Jack Pack’

A subscription pack monthly, 2 monthly or 4 monthly  that will be delivered to your door or work place without the need to re-order. After trying today the Beard Wash Slice (Mint & Tea Tree) you can’t beat the quality and value on his products!!!

3 edit_edited-21edit_edited-4

Scot – Union Square

Oh one last thing Lumberjack Inc. are proud sponsors of FUZZFEST!!!

Union Terrace Gardens – Street Art

Union Terrace Graffiti Art – Aberdeen

What do people think of when they see graffiti? Is it art, vandalism, or could it be both. Graffiti is a relatively new and developing art form that presents a lot of controversy due to its involvement of illegality. A lot of people see graffiti and instantly label it as vandalism and not an art form; however, by legal definition that’s not always the case. According to Oxford Dictionaries, art is defined as “The expression or application of human creative skill and imagination…producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.” Therefore, graffiti is and should be recognized and appreciated as an art form and accepted by the art community.