& Interior Design Photography
What makes a piece of architecture or design unique? This is always my starting point as a photographer. Both are increasingly experienced through screens and magazines, so I believe it’s more imperative than ever to create images that bring them alive, and speak of their special qualities.
Since starting professionally in 1999, I have been published internationally and have photographed works by some of the world’s most talented architects, including Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield and Alison Brooks. Whether photographing a private house or a large hotel, I work to draw out each project’s standout characteristics – how it catches the light, the rhythm of its façade, or the way people enjoy it.
Recently I completed work on a substantial monograph on London’s Quadrant 3 redevelopment in Piccadilly for Dixon Jones Architects, Stanhope and the Crown Estate. I also photograph landscapes and have shot eateries and landscapes for BMW’s Good Food Ride in-car display and landscapes for rendered images of unbuilt projects, used in advertising and planning applications.
Across these diverse briefs, I am able to work with or without art direction, and offer a full post-production and retouching service. Please call +44 7866461523 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
After studying 3D design at DeMontfort University I fell in love with photography whilst retracing the Silk Road overland from the UK to China.
A lot has changed since then, but my pre-digital trip still informs the way I work today with a crafted approach to every composition
I became obsessed with capturing the perfect picture, careful not to waste a frame of the classic Kodachrome film I had brought from home. When I returned I studied photography and moved to London to fuse my new career with my interest in architecture and design. A lot has changed since then, but my pre-digital trip still informs the way I work today, with a crafted approach to every composition.