Christopher Heaney is an award-winning photographer who combines gallery exhibitions with freelance work in advertising. His work has appeared in national publications and has been exhibited internationally. He is a graduate of The Glasgow School of Art. He lives in Northern Ireland.
2000-2001 Certificate in Foundation Studies in Art & Design with commendation, University of Ulster 2001-2004 BA Honours in Design (First Class), The Glasgow School of Art with Specialization in Visual Communication - Photography
Harland and Wolff Harland and Wolff Drawing Office closed in 1989 and soon fell into in a state of disrepair. My aim was to record the Drawing Office before its unique internal structures and features were lost to developers. This was the building where the Titanic and her sister ship the Olympic were designed, and from where their construction was organized and monitored. All images were taken on C41 film with a 6x6 medium format camera.
April 2009, Blackbird, Queens University, Belfast; September 2008, City, Atrium Gallery, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow; September 2007, Seeing Red, Collins Gallery, Glasgow; July 2007, Challenging Walls, Outside Installation, Abu Dis, West Bank Palestine