It’s finally time to share the big project.
So a fantastic thing about working for Tesco is that i have found as a company it genuinely cares about the community.
I’ve been lucky enough to be part of a fantastic team that have put together a special exhibition for our community. This exhibition celebrates our store, Sowerby Bridge Tesco 5121 serving the community for ten years!
The exhibition will be running for three weeks before being donated into the community. It is build of photographs that show the evolution of Sowerby Bridge from over the years, including some photographs from local archives and historical societies. It also includes photographs taken by staff, members of the public from the town as it is today. Additionally we have been permitted to use a selection of stills from TV dramas such as Happy Valley, as these were filmed in and around Sowerby Bridge. We have even sourced footage of Sowerby Bridge which ties in great with the exhibition and is centre stage.
If your local or passing by within the next three week I would seriously recommend seeing the exhibition in person.
Here’s some photograph following the installation and of course some of the wonderful team I have been a part of.
We couldn’t have put this exhibition together without the help of our community so we must thank every single one of the people who contributed images, video footage, knowledge and skills.
People who made this possible:
Amy Gill from Red Productions
The Ryburn Valley History Society
Sowerby Bridge Library
The Pennine Heritage
Had a lovely day off and got the camera out! First time i’ve properly used it in over a year!
Lets hope theres many more days like this to come.
The photographs are to be used in the big project i’m working on but i’ll post my favourite, this is Dugdale Ltd based in Valley Mill, Sowerby Bridge.
The project goes public in six days, so many more images to come. Exciting and busy times.
Took the majority of the images to the printers today. It’s all coming together, not long till the end results.
Positive space equals productivity!
Busy finishing off my Tesco project ready for the printers tomorrow. Getting more and more excited, just can’t wait to see the finished product.
It may have been a quite start to the year for me on here, but in reality it’s been crazy!
For those who are not aware I work for Tesco (and love it) and I’m currently part of a group putting together something completely different. This will celebrate my Store being part of the community for ten years and will be put on for all of our customers before getting donated. A wonderful gift to the community.
For now that is all I’m going to say as I want the photographs from this project to be as impacting as they can. So watch this space…
While visiting my partner I decided that I had a soft spot for the roof across the car park.
Unfortunately without a stable surface this was the only image worth keeping. Next time with a tripod i’ll capture how nice the angles look with the lights.