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  • Six months in 116 seconds

    When the Vertas Grounds Team came to me with the idea of producing a timelapse video to show their transformation of a large construction site into an established educational landscape it was clear another solution would have to be found. As the school would be in operation for much of the programme period, having unattended…

  • Learning Through Landscapes seeks strong designs

    The Charity, Learning Through Landscapes are appealing for good examples of strong design which make the most of school grounds to extend learning spaces. There are lots in Suffolk – I know, I’ve photographed many of them!  The hunt is on throughout July and August. You can find out more from the Landscape Institute http://www.landscapeinstitute.org/news/Charity-calls-for-best-examples-of-outdoor-school-space. This might…

  • Museum of Liverpool - Architects 3XN

    Why architectural photography matters

    I am passionate about architectural photography. This is why I think it is so important. I think the first reason is that photography is a great way to capture and preserve the original intent of the Architect. Buildings change over time. They weather, they are extended and adapted, and the environment in which they are…

  • Get your architectural images published

    Get your architectural images published

    Andrea Klettiner has written a short and hugely valuable piece on how to get give your architectural images the best chance of publication. I can do no better than to give you a link.      

  • Don’t shoot the children

      I have been photographing a lot of educational establishments lately. It is great fun and hugely rewarding. Modern schools are such lively and refreshing spaces, so different to my own memories. As a parent it is a great pleasure and a privilege to gain an insight into the places our children spend so much…