Our superbly talented photographer and author, David Wilson, was recently featured on BBC’s Wales Today in a short film discussing his work and his current project, The Buildings that Built Wales.
His latest project has taken him around Wales, photographing historic buildings which formed the pillars of Welsh culture and life.
To see David’s images of 19th Century chapel, Soar y Mynydd in the Cambrian Mountains, and to watch the short film, head here.
David’s book, The Buildings that Built Wales, will be published by Graffeg in 2015.
Now available at Graffeg are our 2015 calendars.
With images taken from his books ‘Wales – A Photographer’s Journey‘ and ‘Pembrokeshire‘, comes David Wilson’s third Graffeg calendar, showcasing his stunningly atmospheric black and white images, celebrating the landscapes and sights of Wales. Born and brought up in Haverfordwest, David now lives nearby in Llangwm when he isn’t touring the coast and countryside with his camera. David says his aim, when photographing the Welsh landscape, is to tell the narrative of the land and capture the difference faces of Wales, which he does beautifully. Locations in the calendar include Ceibwr Bay, Tenby Harbour, Portmeiron, Aberglasney, and eight other beautiful shots.
Keep up to date with David and his work here.
Graffeg’s new range of calendars for 2015 is available now! Choose from a number of stunning collections
- Cat Walk 2015 by Jackie Morris
- Dylan Thomas 2015
- Under Celtic Skies 2015 by Kersten Howard
- Wildlife 2015 by Drew Buckley
- Pembrokeshire 2015 by Drew Buckley
- David Wilson 2015
Graffeg publishes illustrated books on subjects as diverse as; food, arts, culture, architecture, gardens, landscapes, photography, sport and lifestyle. Graffeg also publish a range of gift stationery, notecards, calendars, prints and posters. Graffeg has offices in Cardiff and Llanelli.