Bill Bevan Photography
I am a photographer, writer and archaeologist.
I specialise in visualising and writing about archaeological and historical sites from around the world. My aim is to evoke the sense of place and people's engagement with a site as well as its historical importance.
I also photographing general travel subjects, events and working communities.
I have been a Leverhulme Trust artist in residence at the University of Sheffield and a photographer in residence on the Stonehenge Riverside Project. Both have led to major exhibitions.
Many of the photographs showcased here are stock images available as royalty-free images for publications and as prints for sale online.
I also undertake commissions and assignments. Please contact me for further details.
Henge Diggers exhibition comes to Salisbury
22nd August 2012
My photographic exhibition of archaeologists working around world-famous Stonehenge will open in Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum on the 8th September 2012.
Walk Into the Dark Ages
29th March 2012
Sequel to Walk Into Prehistory fast forwards a few hundred years to the end of the Roman Empire.
Bill on BBC Radio 4 Excess Baggage
10th December 2011
John McCarthy, BBC Radio 4, Excess Baggage, said about Walk Into Prehistory:
"Spectacular photos and the locations of many of these places are stunning."
Walk Into Prehistory
27th October 2011
Walk Into Prehistory is a unique illustrated guidebook to walking 40 of Britain and Ireland's most important and impressive prehistoric monuments.
Walk Into Prehistory book launch
17th October 2011
Launch at Blackwell's bookshop, Mappin St, Sheffield. 27th October 5:30pm with talk, free wine and discount copies.
05th September 2011
Diggers is the culmination of my year-long Leverhulme Trust artistic residency at the University of Sheffield. It begins on the 7th September 2011.
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