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My name's Sam Kelleher, and I am a Senior Full-Stack Web Developer / Software Architect based in London. This website mostly contains a sample of work from my portfolio, tips and best practicies for building web applications, and reviews + photos of food and hotels in London.

Photography Posts - Page 2

West 50th St

West 50th St

So much to see, buildings and activity on every street. Read more...

7 More London Riverside (PwC)

7 More London Riverside (PwC)

A regular accountants office on the inside, but a lush dark blue curved building on the outside. The foyer is also impressive with diagonal beams extending from a central pit. Read more...

The Shard

The Shard

A HDR picture of The Shard as viewed from More London Place, with Tower Bridge behind. Read more...

Old Spitalfields Market

Old Spitalfields Market

There is *always* some market happening here. What's good about this venue is that being indoor, it's all year round, dry, and has a big selection or proper (chain) restaurants inside so it's really compatible with the London climate. The market traders are high quality and there is some decent stuff if you're prepared to pay for it! Read more...

Flowers on the Roof Garden Cafe/Bar at Londons South Bank Center

Flowers on the Roof Garden Cafe/Bar at Londons South Bank Center

Flower photography is a thing, and I can see why. There is so much detail, and this is very much my first attempt to try and capture it all with just a handfull of good shots out of hundreds out of a hour playing at the sunny roof garden at the South Bank center. Read more...

A global view from Waterloo Bridge

A global view from Waterloo Bridge

London southbank with Westminster in the distance. Read more...

Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall

Find a deal or treat yourself - get a box. The boxes offer really good views of performances as there is no one in front. I *highly* recommend getting one especially if you're seeing acrobatic performances like Cirque du Soleil as many of their acts perform higher up in the air. Read more...