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This year Belfast will host the annual conference of the Boys Brigade of N.Ireland and GB in September. Alastair’s photo of Harland & Wolff night time reflection was chosen to appear on the publicity material. Another  achievement.


Cunningham Coates Stockbrokers have published their 2016 calendar and have used Alastair’s photographs. This is a tremendous honour and again all money raised will go to Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI



Alastair’s mum, Margaret  Stockman is a renowned artist and is holding an exhibition at The Arcadia in Portrush from 15th June – 6th July.

Some of Alastair’s prints will also be on display and all proceeds raised will be donated to Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI in memory of Alastair.

More information is available on Alastair’s Facebook page


Update January 2016: A huge thank you to everyone who came to the exhibitions. £4,000 was raised for Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI


One of Alastair’s most popular photos is that of the Teenage Dreams mural which has since been removed, unfortunately. A Facebook group has been started to drum up support to have it reinstated. The iconic song from The Undertones was a favourite of the Radio 1 DJ, John Peel and he has the words from the photograph engraved on his headstone.

Great news, the mural was replaced after a huge campaign. People power!!




The print is adorning the walls of Head Music Store in Castle Court, Belfast amongst all its other retro vinyl and cds

Terry Hooley (Good Vibrations) with his photo signed by Alastair in 2011

Teenage Dreams print hanging in Head Music store, Castle Court, Belfast




As of May 22nd 2014, these 3 prints will proudly be displayed in the VIP area of the George Best City Airport in Belfast all thanks to the Yard Gallery in Holywood. The Yard have been selling Alastair’s work since 2009 and also has a fabulous coffee shop/deli if you’re ever in the area.


Harland & Wolff reflection


Causeway Calm

Giant’s Causeway


St. Jame’s Gate, Guinness Brewery, Dublin