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editorMARK HAMILTONCraig WallaceShooting and producing images for clients for the last 20 years has turned Mark into one of Scotland’s foremost photographers.deputy editorNeal Stewartarts editorBrian McFieHis unmistakable visual accent has led to commissions from the likes of the National Theatre of Scotland, Channel 4 and many of the country’s foremost design and commercial companies, although he also finds the time to work for himself. The work in this issue comes from his long- standing relationship with Scottish editorGus Ironsidedirector of photographyMark Hamiltonproduction assistantJack BatchelorSOGO MAGAZINEPhotographythanksAdrian Searle Louise Reid Stephen & Michael Innes ReidBRIAN SWEENEYAlistair GrantMalcolm Dickson Street Level Photoworks Ruth Hossmann Magnum PhotosJan GrarupBrian Sweeney has not only shot a lot of famous people, he has shot a lot of not very famous people too, and in a career spanning 20 years has done shoots for every major lifestyle magazine in the world. Lots of countries, exhibitions and awards later, he's now based back in Glasgow. He is currently a guest lecturer at the Icelandic Academy of the Arts, KHIO Oslo and the Glasgow School of Art.front coverMurray RobertsonScotia IIReflection on Core Wild Land Areasadvertisinginfo.sogomagazine@gmail.comtypefaces:GaramondClaude Garamont 1480 – 1561 Gill SansEric Gill 1882 – 1940www.sogomagazine.comfollow us on facebook, twitter and instagramEditorial in this magazine may not be reproduced in whole or part without prior written permission of the publisher. Articles published do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher. We cannot accept responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts and photographs or for material lost or damaged in the post. All rights reserved.Published by:Goarch Ltd.Lower Ground 231 St. Vincent Street Glasgow G2 5QYCompany No. SC431737Typeset & Design by Sogo MagazineCOLIN HOMESColin only really comes out at Dawn or Dusk to take his photos. The photos in this issue, which come from New York, were achieved with a bit of luck, a bit of patience, and a superb eye to realise when conditions are just right. That, and having good contacts: like the Station Master to Grand Central Station who let him in when it was closed at 4am.S O G O M A G A Z I N3 E SP16

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