I have one of those curious minds where Art, Science and Maths all meet. Here lies the seed of where my passion for architecture has blossomed over the years and I have fond memories of watching Grand Designs with my Dad every night on TV. I enjoy the lines and space created by good architecture and the inspiration that went into great design. Studying both Science and Visual Arts at University I find myself fascinated by concepts and movements in Australian design. A building is more than shelter and housing from the elements, and always transforms once people move in and begin to interact with the space. It’s this interaction of people with space that I have noticed gets my clients extremely excited and as a creative I totally understand this.
Photographing architecture often involves multiple visits to a location to appreciate how the building relates to its surrounding environment. These elements include neighbouring structures, the natural environment, how people interact with the space and most importantly how light describes the building at various times of the day.
Each group that contributes towards an architectural structural has a different story they want told. The architect might want the core design to shine through. The developers, could be interested in getting across the building as a landmark and how it fits into the local area. Contractors and material suppliers might want the building process and context of their materials highlighted. Editors and publishers are after the artistry of the design. Each of these stories are important to tell and begin with me better understanding your brief and the story you are trying to tell.
I love that my job is to create images that best represent your hard work and creativity for your audiences.
Architecture is a passion of mine so let me share your creation with the world!