© Dylan Lombard
Photographer Dylan Lombard creates drama out of daily life with clever use of shadow and light.
Inspired by street scenes shot by Glasgow photographers Colin Templeton and Oscar Mazaroli, Dylan likes to capture ordinary Glasgow sights and characters:
“I like to do street photography and candid photography, take photographs of places near where I live, places that I know. I am very patient. I stand and wait for someone to go past. I like to think that I can make the ordinary seem more interesting. I like to take photographs of one person. Because I think it highlights how I can sometimes feel alone and insignificant. In a photograph, that person looks small, when framed by the huge surroundings.”
Dylan is attracted to shadows, shapes, lines, colours and angles – using these elements to create art out of the everyday, and to share his perspective on the world with others.
15 October – 13 November
Open Wed – Sat, 11am – 5pm
Project Ability Gallery, Trongate 103
Wheelchair accessible with accessible toilet
Trongate, Glasgow G1 5HD, UK
0141 552 2822