Snaps of Westwood’s green # urban spaces
As part of our first project in Westwood, Westwood Walkway, artist Katie Scott led a pattern-based photography walk for local people.
Using a mixture of smartphones and DSLR cameras, we wandered around the neighbourhood, looking for patterns in nature and architecture. Turns out, there’s patterns in everything and you can make everything look beautiful!
The gallery below includes snaps taken by participants of the walk: Julie and her daughter, Kristy and her daughter Maya, Steve and his daughter, and the Brittles. Plus a few pics by Katie too!
Katie will use these snaps as inspiration for the overall design of the mural she is creating in Westood. You can find out more about that project by clicking here.
Well if you found that fascinating come check out what else we've done!
Watch: a short film where 4 Peterborough street artists and the PP team tell you about their favourite murals. We also share some top tips to those interesting in working with artists on future murals
Local legend Deljit Singh’s tours of Millfield and Peterborough city centre, exploring the history of places and people past, personal anecdotes, hidden gems, and days gone by.
Bretton Royalty (summer 2021) was inspired by a Bretton resident’s experiences of feeling like royalty during the 1995 Bretton Festival, when she was ‘Bretton Festival princess’ for the day. We extended this feeling of being made to feel special by your community, and celebrated Bretton residents.