The past week I’ve been part of a team working on this memorial opening show in Preston, in which Andy Mckeown lit up the Cenotaph and surrounding area as part of a project to commemorate 100 years since the start of WWI.
So for the last week I’ve mostly been editing lots of really cool old photographs of Preston during WWI and WWII, and a set of stitched postcards sent to soldiers during the wars. Which has been pretty awesome, but very time consuming, hence the lack of work I’ve been posting up here.
Better than that though was getting back to working on the shows, it’s been 3 or 4 years now since I used to work on Andy’s light shows regularly, so it was good fun to get back to it properly, and be back to photographing the events as well as setting them up.
Here’s a couple of the photos I got throughout the evening once the crowds had dispersed a bit.