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  • industrial construction photographer

    Production Photographer

    Working as the stills photographer on a video production for the Soprema roofing people was something completely different to my usual fair. Whilst I am normally making carefully considered views of recently completed buildings and deliberate compositions of building systems in use, this was ‘blink and you miss it’ photography more akin to photojournalism in…

  • Lamilux roof lights

    Clever buildings

    One thing that can be said for photographing buildings is that at least they are predictable. Well, it used to be like that but increasingly, modern buildings have a mind of their own which can make things more tricky. It started with those buildings which sense your presence and switch on the lights. Great for…

  • building product photography

    Creating the outdoors indoors

    A large part of my work is producing photography to show building materials and systems in use. This usually means visiting recently completed projects and finding ways of showing the product to best effect. However, sometimes a product is so new it hasn’t been used in any scheme. That is when it becomes necessary to build a…

  • This week I am reading . . .NORDIC LIGHT

    Volume, form, texture and colour are recognised as the basic pillars of architecture but it is light that that binds them together producing an aesthetic outcome. Photography is the science and art of capturing light and I think it is this partnership; light in architecture + light in photography, that is at the essence of capturing the designed…

  • Street photography

    It was a real pleasure to be asked to photograph the iconic Carnaby Street, London for Brett Landscape Products recently. Brett have supplied all of the paving materials for the recent refurbishment of the whole street. We arrived only a few days after completion but even this short time meant lots of work in Photoshop…

  • No Smoke without Fire

    Suffolk is full of undiscovered treasures and the handmade tile-works, Smoke and Fire, at Darsham is one of them. Working with the fabulously skilled and creative Smoke and Fire team I have been photographing their beautiful tiles and their workshop for a new website which will be published in the next few months. It is such…