The Steve Tiesdell Flickr image collection has been extensively updated. The Collection now comprises of photographic sets from UK Cities, International Cities, European Cities, Scottish Towns, Scottish Cities and Major American Cities. The Collection forms part of the legacy of Dr. Steve Tiesdell, who taught and researched at the Department of Urban Studies at University of Glasgow. During his life, Steve was a prolific observer of places. Steve captured through photography, various urban conditions on his travels, with great focus on peoples interaction with place. The photographic collections form part of the Steve Tiesdell estate. The Tiesdell Family, with University of Glasgow have placed the image library catalogues in the trust of A+DS to share an open source learning resources.
Since summer 2012, we have been loading images onto a dedicated web based database. There are now seven collections available to use, with over 6200 images of all aspects of place making and Urban Conditions from Europe, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore and USA.
Headline Image: Courtesy of Steve Tiesdell: American Cities Collection – Chicago
The seven collections are:
- A photographic collection of major American cities: This contains a selection of images, with references, from some of the American cities Steve visited.
- Scottish Cities Collection:�Extensive collection of images from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Stirling, Edinburgh, Dundee.
- Scottish Towns Collection:�Capturing many small settlements and landscapes throughout scotland.
- UK Cities Collection:�Photographs from eight major cities throughout the UK and N. Ireland.
- European Cities Collection;�Photographs from ten major european cities and landscapes, such as Tallinn, Riga and Helsinki.
- International Cities Collection;�Photographs from International cities such as Tokyo, Sydney and Cape Town.
- We are delighted to share these collections and will continue to load images to the Flickr site on a phased basis. The images are free to use, but we ask two things:
- that users of the images reference the Steve Tiesdell legacy image collection;
- that users consider contributing to the Steve Tiesdell Endowment Fund which has been established to support early career research into making better places for people