/ 2018 / Fine Art / Abstract

No. 3 Slip

  • Prize
    Silver in Fine Art/Abstract
  • Photographer
    Mark Gorton

Built in 1838, the immense No. 3 Covered Slip at The Historic
Dockyard Chatham was, when built, the largest wide span timber
structure in Europe. Today it is home to a vast array of epic
objects and vehicles from both the Chatham Historic Dockyard
Trust and Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive
collections. No.3 Slip stands at the cusp of technological change,
its amazing cantilever roof was built to the design of shipwright
Sir Robert Seppings.

Mark Gorton is a practicing architect and internationally published photographer who splits his time between both passions. Mark's photographic work is largely focused on architecture and construction but also explores both the abstract and people alike.

Awards International Photography Awards 2017
Honorable Mention - Architecture : Buildings Category
Honorable Mention - Architecture : Interiors Category
Honorable Mention - Architecture : Other_ARC Category
Honorable Mention - Architecture : Cityscapes Category

Arcaid Images 2016
Shortlisted for Arcaid Architectural Photographer of the Year Award
Interiors Category Finalist