I'm happy that two of my photographs are going to be used in the Schmap's Guide To London. The double-exposed pictures of the Hayward Gallery and the Queen Elizabeth Hall date back to 2001, so it's nice that they're going to be used for something.

I've been fascinated with London's South Bank since I first visited there years ago. For some reason, the monolithic and brutalist architecture makes me feel right at home. There are always reports of the area being pulled down and regenerated. I can understand that some people would see it as a blot on the landscape, but there is something magical about seeing these structures on the banks of the Thames. Unlike the proposed extension to Tate Modern, I think that the South Bank Centre will withstand the test of time.

Double-Exposed South Bank

Double-Exposed South Bank Centre London