Iain Sarjeant

Photographer, the Scottish Highlands

Iain’s photography explores both natural and man-made environments and the interaction between the two. His work is often concerned with human impact on the landscape and also the reverse, where nature regains it’s hold. Iain is drawn to ordinary places, whether in an urban or rural setting, where he finds interest in the common-place.

He is the founder and editor of Another Place which showcases contemporary landscape photography.


My Documenting Britain project is an exploration of remote communities in the north of Scotland. My interest is in the visual relationship between these settlements and their surrounding natural environment. I see this as a long-term project and hope that this work will not only be a study of landscape, but also highlight issues that these communities face.

Elgol

Elgol, Isle of Skye – a slightly different take on one of the most famous views in Scotland

Elgol, Isle of Skye – a slightly different take on one of the most famous views in Scotland

Iain Sarjeant

The Ross of Mull

I’m finally getting round to editing and processing some of the material I produced for Northlands last summer. It quite often takes me a while to catch up with this, but I find…

Iain Sarjeant

The North-West Corner

Over the Christmas break I revisited the northwest tip of Sutherland - the villages of Durness and Kinlochbervie - looking to explore the human landscape of these remote…

Iain Sarjeant

Sketchbook

So, welcome to my space on the Documenting Britain site – and first off I must say how delighted I am to be part of this group of inspiring individuals who are producing…

Iain Sarjeant