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.



News

Wirksworth Festival
03rd September 2014


Bill is launching Walk Into the Dark Ages at this year's Wirksworth Festival.
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Walk Into the Dark Ages
01st August 2014


Bill's latest book Walk Into the Dark Ages will hit the shops in September.
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Walk Into the Dark Ages
04th December 2013


Walk Into the Dark Ages is with the editor and publisher.
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Dark Ages Images
04th October 2013


A few images from the forthcoming Walk Into the Dark Ages.
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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.
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Reviews for Walk Into Prehistory
13th April 2012
Press reviews of Walk Into Prehistory
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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.
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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."
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Gallery

Dun Carloway - Isle of Lewis Walk Into Prehistory
(Contains 20 photos)
Here are a few selected highlights from my forthcoming book 'Walk Into Prehistory' to be published by Frances Lincoln in July 2012.
Breaking Ground Henge Diggers
(Contains 37 photos)
an exhibition of archaeological practice and tools from the Stonehenge Riverside Project.
Mortise Stonehenge
(Contains 30 photos)
the online exhibition of Stonehenge - an intimate portrait
Incense Burning Ayutthaya
(Contains 15 photos)
The ancient capital of Siam
Sukhothai
(Contains 11 photos)
Thailand's first capital and a World Heritage Site
Bird Deity Head Copan
(Contains 16 photos)
a photographic portrait of the Mayan city in Honduras
Tree Roots Tikal
(Contains 22 photos)
Portrait of a Mayan city
Santa Ana Arch Travel
(Contains 42 photos)
Images of places, buildings, people and anything else I've felt like photographing around the world.
Yaxha Stucco Monument
(Contains 25 photos)
Evocative images of archaeological, historical and heritage places from around the world
Pea Low Neolithic Tomb Ancient Peakland
(Contains 12 photos)
A selection of images from my guide to Peak District archaeology due out in July
Fleet Fleet
(Contains 29 photos)
Hastings small boat fishing fleet
Elephant Congress Elephant
(Contains 9 photos)
A few up close and personal shots of Asian elephants
Peeling Lock Linear
(Contains 10 photos)
Lines make up the world
Faces of Buddha
(Contains 5 photos)
Photographs appearing in my Faces of Buddah exhibition at Airy Fairy, London Rd, Sheffield through March.
Refused
(Contains 3 photos)
An ongoing project to explore what is left behind and how the discarded detritus of human everyday life become storytellers for absence and the gaps that form in societies.