Comitti of London have been makers of the finest quality clocks and barometers for over 150 years. Many of the styles made in the early days continue to be available today, they are recognised as English classics and the originals sought after as valuable antiques.
A professional photographer, based in Tunbridge Wells, David Bartholomew (www.davidbartholomew.co.uk) has lived in the town all his life. David's long-standing passion for architecture has fuelled his close interest in the changing face of the town over the years. When changes were proposed to the very heart of Tunbridge Wells – the Civic Buildings – David decided to create an online gallery as a permanent record of the town's best-known buildings and landmarks. The Tunbridge Wells Project was born. As the huge size and scope of the project became clear, David invited Christopher Cassidy to join him.
Local Tunbridge Wells enthusiast and fellow photographer,
Christopher Cassidy, is well equipped for this challenge. His acclaimed blog
( http://anke.blogs.com ), written under the pseudonym ‘Anke', records life in Tunbridge Wells through words and images, creating an invaluable social document for historians, sociologists, travellers and Tunbridge Wells residents. Christopher has provided vital photographic and creative support for the project.
Creative Photography by
With an impressive portfolio, spanning an ever-growing customer base in and around the South East of England, David Bartholomew's creative and innovative imagery speaks for itself.
***Thanks David for the amazing images you took for this website***
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