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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 Scottish Opera, National Theatre Scotland, Channel 4 and many of the country’s foremost design and com- mercial editorGus Ironsidedirector of photographyMark Hamiltonproduction assistantMark got all nostalgic for this issue, showing us the graft behind the art of Timrous Beasties.Jack BatchelorSOGO MAGAZINEPhotographythanksAdrian SearleLouise ReidAli & PaulStephen & Michael Barry & Emma at KC Seumas MacInnes Carla CavaniDAVID EUSTACEInnes Reid Malcolm Dickson Allan Boyd David Mullane Alistair GrantMr Eustace didn’t formally study photography until he was 28 – leaving school to a variety of jobs including as a prison officer in Barlinnie.front coverThis undiscovered talent soon asser- ted itself and he was soon finding work for GQ, Vogue and other mag- azines drawn particularly to his distinctive portraiture style. His ver- tiginous career arc was recognised when he was invested this year as Chancellor of his Alma mater, Edinburgh Napier University.Timorous Beastiesadvertisinginfo.sogomagazine@gmail.comtypefaces:GaramondClaude Garamont 1480 – 1561 Gill SansEric Gill 1882 – 1940follow 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 MagazineMARGARET WATKINSBorn in Hamilton, Ontario, and ‘brought up on pictures and music’, Watkins left her native Canada at 24, travelling around North America before finding herself in Glasgow in the 1920s. She stayed, using the city as a canvas, and then as a base to explore Paris and Moscow, cataloguing the visits in a distinctive visual style that saw her elected as fellow of the Royal Photographic Society – though true recognition of her talent eluded her until long after her death.S O G O M A G A Z I N3 E AU15

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