Views of the illuminated interior, from the darkened exterior.
After having a little break from the city, I felt the best way to get back into it would be to experiment with shooting the city streets at night. These photographs all feature spaces that surround Chester train station, a busy part of the city with a constant flow of activity.
The old and the new combined, where modern offices are merged with old terraced houses.
Many years ago this building housed the cinema me and my mum used to visit every weekend to watch the latest films. For many years, I would say it was the heart of Chester, situated next to the main bus stops in the city, it was the landmark where everyone would meet up and then go onto do their shopping. In 2007, the grade two listed cinema closed it's doors for the last time and since then it has been put through many different plans for what it might be in the future. Now, the building is part of the RE:NEW project, that aims to return the building to a cinema, as well as a theatre and a library, aiming to remake it Chester's heart of culture once again.