Paul Grogan, founder of ThinkDesign Agency and experienced commercial photographer who loves creating landscape photography around Greater Manchester, is launching his first ever photography book on Saturday 17th March at the MancMade 53Two festival.
Following repeated requests from fans of Paul’s work, he has selected over 100 photographs from his portfolio and compiled them into his first ever photograph book entitled: ‘Made of Manchester’.
The book is priced at £20.00 and is available fromwww.paulgroganphotography.com plus £2 postage with a percentage of the profit from the sales being donated to Forever Manchester.
Paul Grogan said: “This book has been two years in the making for me and is a real labour of love. Since my first photography exhibition back in 2015 – I have continued to add to my portfolio and have built a solid base of fans who like my work.
“This book really is the ultimate demonstration of my passion. It has the most stunning landscape images taken across a city I love – Manchester – in a way that that I hope brings to life scenes that not everyone will have seen before.”
Celebrity chef and number one fan of Paul’s work, Andrew Nutter, has written a forward for the book along with fellow Manchester artist, ARGH KiD.
The 53Two exhibition takes place on 15-17th March at 8 Albion St, Manchester and Paul will be there with 100 limited edition printed books available to be purchased throughout the day on Saturday 17thMarch 2018.
"This book has been two years in the making for me and is a real labour of love."
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