Came home after two days in London last week. We had a European Gathering for VisitBritain. The first day was cramped with meetings and teambuiding, but the second day I only had one booked meeting , so most of the day was spent walking around London, catching up with the city. I hadn’t been there for ten years, so I really enjoyed visiting all the touristy stuff like Westminister Abbey, London Eye and Tower of London etc.
And as I was walking on the South bank, between London Bridge and the Globe theatre, I accidentally saw a familiar picture in a window. The picture was Pink Floyds famous album cover from “The Dark Side of the Moon” from 1973. Apparently I had bumped in to an exhibition called “Taken by Storm” by StormStudios, which is a bunch of freelancing photographers led by Rupert Truman and had been working at StormStudios for 15 years.
I’ll never forget this exhibition, and I will definitely go to another one next time I get the chance.
The exhibition I visited was calle “Taken by Storm” and was situated on OXO London Tower Wharf, South Bank between May 14th – and May 31th. But for futher information about coming exbhibitions, keep checking our blog, visit StormStudios homepage http://www.stormsight.co.uk or sign up for StormStudios newsletters by mailing your details to firstname.lastname@example.org.