Bryan Quinn

Journalist, videographer and photographer

Location icon United Kingdom

Lover of all things digital with over ten years working for BBC News, STV and the Daily Record

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STV Glasgow
Map: Where to find the incredible street art bringing colour to Glasgow

It's not a scene from the latest Hollywood blockbuster, or a surreal passage from a fantasy novel. This is all happening in Glasgow today. The Dear Green Place has a world-famous heritage of art and culture, and over the past few years it has embraced street art with a number of impressive murals bringing vibrancy and colour to grey concrete buildings.

STV News
Thousands of protesters gather for anti-Trident demonstration

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters have come together in a major rally calling on politicians to scrap Trident. The demonstration heard speeches by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Patrick Harvie, of the Scottish Greens, at a gathering in the city's George Square. The Bairns not Bombs rally had marched through the city centre earlier on Saturday.

STV Edinburgh
Queensferry Crossing selfies to feature in grand opening ceremony

Anyone can add themselves into the story of the bridge thanks to a unique digital photo project that will create a mosaic made from thousands of selfies. The Frame The Bridge project encourages both construction workers and visitors to take a photograph of themselves as the giant new road bridge rises from the water in the background.

STV Glasgow
Scots footie fan invents five-a-side app

It's the text which anybody who plays footie will have no doubt received at least once. But despite being one of Scotland's most popular pastimes, getting a team together for a regular game of fives can be a task which even Gordon Strachan would balk at.

BBC News
05/10/2014
Into the deep: How Scottish students became underwater explorers

For more than 50 years, students at Edinburgh's Heriot-Watt University have been exploring the oceans. Their findings have been used by both the offshore oil industry and global conservation groups as keystones to future policies and direction.

BBC News
05/01/2014
The weather forecast that changed D-Day

It has been called the most important weather forecast of all-time. In June 1944 thousands of Allied troops would land at five sites across France in the largest amphibious invasion ever. The ambitious plan, entitled Operation Overlord, would see over 160,000 troops being deployed in what would prove to be one of the decisive actions of the conflict.

Videos

YouTube
Inside Glasgow: The Glasgow School of Art

Dailyrecord.co.uk continues it's series exploring places of interest across Glasgow by visiting the Glasgow School of Art. Designed by Charles Rennie McIntosh, the building offers an indepth look at the acclaimed Scots architect's work.

Vimeo
Backstage interview with Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor

Quick backstage interview with Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor and STV reporter Mary McCool backstage at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on January 18 2015. Very basic edit which was turned round inside 30 minutes due to a very tight publication deadline.

YouTube
Tim Burgess in Glasgow for Oran Mor gig

CHARLATANS singer Tim Burgess continues to push himself in new directions with his well received new solo album 'Oh No I Love You' as well as launching his own 'Tim Peaks' coffee line. I caught up with Tim just before his sell-out gig at Glasgow's Oran Mor to find out what keeps him moving forward after over twenty years in the limelight.

Vimeo
Hangarfest 2013: Calum Frame

Quick chat with hotly-tipped young singer/songwriter Calum Frame before he made his Hangarfest debut at this year's festival

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