Albie Clark

Photographer, Edinburgh, Scotland

Albie works with medium and large format film, found images and using alternative techniques; he has a MA in English Language & Literature and studied photography in Edinburgh. He is a founding member of The Photographers Collective and a former artist in residence at Edinburgh College. Albie has exhibited several bodies of work, the latest being Head Studies at Creative Exchange Leith.


For Documenting Britain, my work will centre around photographing areas of Scotland that could be categorized as Edgelands, where the urban sprawl meets nature. Visual inspiration comes from The New Topographics; my work is concerned with geometric shapes, formal composition and employs minimal or no post-processing.

Slept on your arm again

You wake up in fits around the thing, try to shake some life into it. Reach with the good, other arm for wedding ring, phone and glasses, in that order. A shower, quick. A coffee, quickly after. Out on the balcony to just point your eyes at the…

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The view from your balcony, or “On Photographing The Things You Should.”

A brittle layer of sugary snow and the last of the wind-tossed leaves makes underfoot conditions treacherous…

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Where Are We? An Introduction.

Wincobank from a series on Le Tour de France in Yorkshire, 2014.

Wincobank from a series on Le Tour de France in Yorkshire, 2014.

During a recent portfolio review, I remarked that it’s sometimes important to step…

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