A DOUBLE exhibition of the work of award-winning photographer Dougie Wallace has opened at Paisley Museum.

His photographs chronicle the lives of the super-rich in London and also the Indian culture found on the streets of Mumbai.

The free exhibitions, presented by Street Level Photoworks and called ‘Harrodsburg’ and ‘Road Wallah,’ run every day, except Mondays, until October 29.

Originally from Paisley, Dougie (pictured above) attended the town’s West Primary and Castlehead High.

His interest in photography began after taking pictures while backpacking around the world.

These days, Dougie is based in London, where his work is in much demand.

The Harrodsburg exhibition focuses on the rising economic and political power of the upper class.

Dougie’s impressive photographs take the viewer on an up-close safari of the wealthy London residential and retail district of Knightsbridge and Chelsea.

Road Wallah details the four years he spent snapping the now defunct black and yellow Premier Padmini cabs of Mumbai.

These vehicles were famous for their garish, psychedelic interiors and the charisma of their drivers.

Joyce McKellar, chief executive of Renfrewshire Leisure, said: “The exhibition is a must-see for fans of top-quality documentary photography.”