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Patricia Tutt ARPS

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Infatuated yellow wagtail at Niarbyl.jpg

Infatuated yellow wagtail at Niarbyl.jpg

By Patricia Tutt

Swans with cygnet Scarlett.jpg

Swans with cygnet Scarlett.jpg

By Patricia Tutt

Whooper Swans and Canada Geese at the Cronk.jpg

Whooper Swans and Canada Geese at the Cronk.jpg

By Patricia Tutt

twisted beech Baldwin.jpg

twisted beech Baldwin.jpg

By Patricia Tutt

Turbulent Wake By Patricia Tutt

Turbulent Wake By Patricia Tutt

Power in the Pattern

Power in the Pattern

Industrial Power

Industrial Power

Structural Power

Structural Power

Seats of Power

Seats of Power

Photo Voltaic Power Cells

Photo Voltaic Power Cells

Fenellas Fury

Fenellas Fury

Lava Shore

Lava Shore

The Amalfi Coast

The Amalfi Coast

A Running Tide

A Running Tide

Arcing the Bay

Arcing the Bay

Nosy Neapolitans

Nosy Neapolitans

Smoking gun

Smoking gun

Ambulatory at Alcobaca

Ambulatory at Alcobaca

Breakwater Blues

Breakwater Blues

Time To Feel Free

Time To Feel Free

The Night Watch

The Night Watch

Sentinel

Sentinel

Portuguese Blues

Portuguese Blues

Imperfect Chapel Head Pano

Imperfect Chapel Head Pano

Imperfect Chapel Elexterior

Imperfect Chapel Elexterior

                                                                  About me

Patricia A Tutt, Dip Arch, RIBA, Cert Ed, ARPS, PhD
Peel, Isle of Man

 

My father was a printer (letterpress and litho) who was a keen amateur photographer and I got hooked on the darkroom before I was in my teens. He squashed my desire to go the London College of Printing, however, so I became an architect instead, and have spent most of my adult life recording architecture through my lens. This secondary occupation has served me well in practice and as a writer/editor. Whilst living in Malawi, I also worked free-lance as a photographer, taking a wide range of images for many different clients.

Constraints (resources and working conditions) in Malawi led me to eschew large format equipment, to work very rapidly when doing architectural work, and, until I went digital, to work almost exclusively in black and white, so as to ensure personal control of all aspect of image production.

I am now changing my ways, but old habits die hard. All images, whether film originals or digital capture, are now edited in Lightroom and/or Photoshop and I produce high quality digitally-based prints. I continue to take photographs wherever I can and have an extensive archive of architectural, Manx and Malawian images.

I gained the Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society in 2008 with a panel of architectural phototographs. I am now a member of the Western (IOM) Photographic Society. In the 'seventies, I was a member of the Hammersmith Hampshire House Photographic Society, and I was a founder member of the (short-lived) Lilongwe Photographic Society, in Malawi.

Whilst in Malawi, I also started painting, drawing and producing airbrushed graphics and some of these will be available through this site as cards and prints.