Growing up surrounded by Edinburgh's historic beauty, it would be hard for any photographer not be inspired by its incredible buildings. However, it was the Victorian swimming pools of her childhood that really spoke to photographer Soo Burnell, and allowed her to apply her personal style and aesthetic to shoot these iconic buildings. Taking inspiration across many art forms, from architects, artists and filmmakers, Soo’s stylised shots are reminiscent of frames from a Wes Anderson film. Using a muted colour palette throughout her work, the architecture of the swimming pools and their pastel colours work perfectly with this style. The images portray calm, still, spaces punctuated with small, perfectly formed details, each shot revealing new layers of interest. Soo’s work offers a mesmerising and nostalgic glimpse into these hidden spaces, imbued with a dreamlike quality.