You're bound to find something you want in this four storey emporium, and I've certainly bought a few things there over the years. It's already 4 years since I first photographed it for this blog, so it was great to be asked back to shoot the images for their brand new website. And this time rather than working on my own, Ben Adams (Designs of Modernity) styled each space, helping to create a series of shots that were perhaps a little more considered, and clean, allowing items to stand out. Precisely what was needed for the new website. We were pretty chuffed with the results, hope you'll agree.
The Triangle is a photo journal about a little corner of South London. I am a Photographer specialising in Interiors and Architecture, & I moved to Upper Norwood/Crystal Palace/Gipsy Hill/SE19 (you choose) back in 2006, and saw immediately what a strong community exists here. One of the things that makes the area different, is that unlike most of the towns and villages that make up London, it is not arranged along an endless high street on the way to somewhere else, but instead is centred on the 3 streets which gives the area its "Triangle" soubriquet. As well as its community spirit, the area also possesses a strongly independent streak, which is reflected in its diverse local shops and restaurants, many of which are locally owned and run businesses. Unusually for London, apart from the usual banks and estate agents, you don't find many national chains here. So the aim of this blog is to photograph as many of these businesses on the Triangle, both the premises and the owners or those who run them, to celebrate this rich community.