Photographer Toby Smith’s ‘The Renewables Project’ and ‘Light After Dark’ on Exhibit in London
The three day exhibit, opening Friday, April 19 and closing Sunday, April 21, is open to the public and will feature Toby’s ‘The Renewables Project’ as well as ‘Light After Dark.’ Get all the details on the exhibit here.
Not in London? Watch this fantastic video on ‘The Renewables Project’ featured in the latest issue of Curve by Getty Images, all about sustainability.
‘The Renewables Project’ is a unique photographic vision of the hydroelectric landscapes of Scotland mid-winter. Nocturnal icy vistas combine with brutalist structures in this award-winning series of large-format images.
‘Light After Dark’, Toby’s first project to get him major international recognition,is an artistic, nocturnal photographic study of Britain’s power stations. Using long exposures to capture the stark structures, bathed in ambient atmospheric light to create a looming, otherworldly presence.
Both projects reflect Toby’s individualistic approach, and his passion for the topics of energy, sustainability, and the environment. Both projects have been published by National Geographic, amongst other leading titles internationally.
Editor’s Note: Toby Smith is an award-winning contemporary reportage photographer specializing in environment and energy matters. His feature stills and video work have been published by editorial clients such as National Geographic, GEO, Telegraph, Sunday Times, The Guardian, Fortune, TIME, New York Times, BBC, The New Yorker and Sky News.