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2nd Image Photography

Creative Studio and Location Photography with over 30 years experience providing discerning clients – both large and small – with ​eye-catching and contemporary images which successfully sell their products and services. 

Fat Media Ltd

12 Spring Garden Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1RQ. t: 01524 548948. We are an innovative and entrepreneurial company providing digital marketing solutions to hundreds of clients in the UK.  

Exhibition: One Man Band Shebang

Repeats every week every Monday and every Tuesday and every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday until Wed Feb 28 2018. Monday, February 19, 2018 - 10:00 to 17:00 at More Music, 13-17 Devonshire Rd, Morecambe LA3 1QT

Exhibition Opening: One Man Band Shebang

Friday, February 16, 2018 - 18:30 at More Music, 13-17 Devonshire Road, Morecambe, LA3 1QT

Exhibitions: Electric & Losing Ground

Repeats every day until Sat Nov 25 2017. Thursday, November 23, 2017 - 10:00 to 17:00 at King St Studios, 5a King St, Lancaster LA1 1JN

Exhibition: Voices From Across the Borders

Repeats every week every Monday and every Tuesday and every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday and every Saturday until Mon Jul 31 2017. Wednesday, July 5, 2017 - 09:30 to 17:00 at Lancaster Library, Market Square, Lancaster, LA1 1HY

Art - a la Carte

7/6/17: A round-up of arts events and reviews in Lancaster and the surrounding region.

'Left Behind' City Museum Exhibition captures abandoned Moor Hospital

29/11/16: 'Left Behind: Capturing the Moor Hospital’ is an exhibition by Nick Dagger Photography at Lancaster City Museum. It showcases Lancaster’s abandoned 19th Century psychiatric hospital, the first asylum in Lancashire. This project sets the scene of what was left behind after closing its doors in 2000 and before the complex was given a new lease of life and redeveloped as luxury homes in 2013.

Local photographer Barrie Marshall captures 'Beauty in Decay' at Williamsons

11/7/14: Local photographer, jazz clarinet virtuoso and poet Barrie Marshall has a keen interest in local buildings and heritage architecture, as his friends at the popular 'Lancaster Past Present' facebook forum can testify. He has recently posted a series of images captured though broken windows at the old Williamson factory on St George's Quay, shortly before it was demolished.

Library Exhibition Celebrates Transgender Lives

8/10/13: Wednesday 20 November is the Transgender Day of Remembrance, commemorating those who have died as a result of transphobia, either through violence or by being driven to suicide.

Dukes nabs Nobby Clark's Broadsides photos for new exhibition

27/9/12: 20 years of the acclaimed Northern Broadsides Theatre Company is captured on camera in a new exhibition at The Dukes this October. To mark Northern Broadsides milestone and their visit to the Lancaster theatre with their production of A Government Inspector, a special photographic exhibition takes place in The Dukes gallery.

In Review: Dark Corners of the Land Exhibition - Dukes

23/7/12: Pendle Hill 'Through the Pinhole' by Darren Andrews The Dark Corners of the Landexhibition at the Dukes Gallery runs from15 July - 13 August 2012. Photographs by Darren Andrews, Sound Installation by Victor Noir(collaboration) Reviewed for Virtual Lancaster by Ella July.

Dukes goes 'Through the Pinhole' for witch-inspired exhibition

13/7/12: Pendle Hill 'Through the Pinhole' by Darren Andrews A Lancaster photographer has retraced the steps taken by the Pendle Witches 400 years ago and captured the journey on pinhole cameras. Darren Andrews has travelled from Pendle to Lancaster with his homemade cameras to take some unique images for his exhibition - Dark Corners of the Land - at The Dukes gallery from 15th July to 12th August.

Postman's love of Morecambe revealed in new Dukes exhibition

14/9/11: Yacht Club by Richard DavisA postman’s love affair with Morecambe has produced a new photographic exhibition at The Dukes, which runs until 25th September. Richard Davis is often inspired to take images of Morecambe while on his round in the West End of the resort.

Under Morecambe Skies exhibition set to reveal the town's hidden chaos?

25/8/11: "Under Morecambe Skies" is a new photographic exhibition by Lancaster photographer Richard Davis which opens in the Dukes Gallery, Lancaster next Friday (2nd September) "The exhibition is a celebration of all things Morecambe, it highlights the often choatic mix of man's bizarre intervention nature's stunning wonder," says Richard.

International Women's Day Exhibition Needs Your Pictures

10/2/11: Tuesday 8 March is International Women’s Day (IWD), and the Lancaster group organising the celebrations would like your photos of women who have made an impact on your life, for a special exhibition, titled ‘Women Like Us’ at the Gregson, opening on the evening of IWD and showing until the end of March. Lancaster Women @ The Gregson (WAGs) will create an artwork from all your photos.