Ashley Morrison's Blog

April 16, 2011

New life.

No sooner were we home and it was straight back onto the boat again.
This time to shoot for an old client, Richmond – in and around the greater London area.

Richmond are a refurbishment company who specialise in injecting new life into disused and old buildings – turning old Cinemas, for example, into modern day Churches.

So it was great to see how they had transformed these places – like this one in Camberwell…
The auditorium at the House of Praise in Camberwell.
.. or this one in Wood Green…
The auditorium at the Dominion Centre, formerly known as Edmonton Temple, a multi-cultural church in the Wood Green area of London.
.. where shooting the entrance was actually the biggest challenge…
One of the pictures taken of the entrance to the Ruach Ministries Gaumont State Theatre in London.
.. as a lot of additional light was needed for this one…
One of the pictures taken of the entrance to the Ruach Ministries Gaumont State Theatre in London.
.. but we very pleased with the result in the end…
The entrance to the Ruach Ministries Gaumont State Theatre in London.
.. as was Richmond too.

The Gaumont State Theatre in Kilburn…
The auditorium at the Ruach Ministries Gaumont State Theatre in London.
.. with the it’s amazing Wurlitzer organ…
The Wurlitzer organ in the auditorium at the Ruach Ministries Gaumont State Theatre in London.
.. was also very impressive.

Then there was some smaller ones, like this one in Haringey…
Christ Apostolic Church (Kingswell) in London.
.. to this huge one in Barking:
The stage at Victorious Pentecostal Assembly in Barking.

From the pulpit at the front…
The pulpit at Victory House
.. to the toilets at the rear…
The toilets at the Dominion Centre
.. Richmond do it all.

So James and I had the pleasure this week, of recording this company’s amazing talent, of injecting new life into these old places around London – which was really great to see.

Copyright © 2011 Ashley Morrison, all rights reserved.

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