Below are a selection of the many reviews of Andrew's works. In many cases there is a link to the full text.
SEAHENGE: A JOURNEY
Rafferty’s images… are as enigmatic as the circles themselves...
Norfolk Archaeological Trust
Rafferty’s rich-hued, abstracted photographs...
are almost tactile in the sensory connections they make…
New Welsh Review
Dramatic, often gorgeous…photographs
Salzburg Poetry Review
…the images are kinetic with rhythmic waves, blurred branches,
smudged clouds and dancing grasses…impressionistic, atmospheric...
...like most serious art, it is personal...and words and images repay..repetition and closer inspection
THE STONES REMAIN
Most of the megaliths are barely weathered, those at Stenness still knife-edged.
Recent efforts to protect Stonehenge and to treat it as a tourisl attraction are deplorable...
How different is the approach to Brodgar! Andrew Rafferty's photographs emphasise
the need for every monument to retain its old spaciousness and to stale its old awe.
They also remind the potential traveller that these sites, although sometimes of tombs,
are more about life and the everlasting than about death.
Ronald Blythe, The Tablet
Through this beautiful book, with its superbly atmospheric pictures...
the reader can come closer to the living past..
Eastern Daily Press
Andrew Rafferty's superb black and white photographs...
Patrick O'Neill (County Magazines)
Worth it for the photography alone.
NW Evening Mail
...outstanding photographs by Andrew Rafferty
British Book News
...an utterly tranquil exhibition of photographs...
Robert Adams, Hemel Hempstead Express
...the most interesting exhibition....
these works help one turn from viewer to participant...
Rowena Loverance, The Friend Magazine
... a remarkable exhibition.
Tom Jeffreys, Spoonfed Magazine