Tate Modern, Picasso 1932

Tate Britain, by David Brownlie-Marshall

People watching mainly was what I got up to because I just couldn't get the headset to work. I started just wondering around the exhibition finding interesting people to photograph and also to talk to. People can be very receptive if you are speaking their language.

Tate Modern, Picasso 1932, by David Brownlie-Marshall

I found it very interesting actually. And always find the light in exhibitions so wonderful to photograph people in, because of the ambient brightness and use of focused spot lights you can really play with colours and shadows, capturing unexpected moments by chance. 

Tate Modern, by David Brownlie-Marshall

The shape and structure of the building helped me out a fair bit, and I ended up using the doorways and windows to frame scenes.