William Stewart’s photography exhibits a peripatetic quality, engendered by immersing himself into the character of a region at the slow pace of walking. Spending the greater part of the year travelling he finds his projects, and sometimes they find him. And it is this latter course that describes how ‘A Fortunate Land’ came about. Continue reading “A Fortunate Land: The Norse in Greenland”
William Stewart, camera in hand, is often to be seen hiking through parks, urban jungles, farmland or exploring untamed remote wilderness as he follows the light and the seasons.
And trees, young and old, amongst ancient ruins, bordering fields and rivers. Continue reading “Trees: A Photographic Collection”