Spirit of Place – monochrome visions

Recently published is the rather chunky and most delightful ‘Spirit of Place the whisky distilleries of Scotland’  containing many of my photographs. Written by a the 1992 Keeper of the Quaich, Charles Maclean,  the book contains a wide-ranging and evocative portrait of Scotland’s distilleries.

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Treating Scotland as eight distinct regions, this fascinating book describes the ‘cultural terroir’ of the country’s fifty greatest distilleries; the ingredients, practices and traditions that result in such an exquisite range of whiskies.

The book is available for sale from me – signed.. so if you are a fan of whisky, Scotland or photography…

Click to download book order form here