Having lived in Newcastle for more than twenty years, I've become more interested in recording time-capsule moments of local places and events. I first began taking notice of the ever-changing urban landscape when I started to take my photography more seriously and became obsessed with taking HDR photographs of local pubs. When revisiting some of these areas a few years later, there would be a different pub name and/or paint colour. In some cases, the pub had disappeared altogether. The same observation goes for the city centre itself. Over the last decade, there has been a great deal of urban regeneration, with many disused buildings and smaller shopping centres lost to progress and new architectural ideas. Although there is plenty of regional tourist-attraction art photography content available to the public to enjoy, I want to continue to grow a series of the more obscure or hidden-gem views across this northern city that may not otherwise be captured so that when they are viewed together as a collection by a later generation, it should reflect a sense of what life was like here in the 2020s.