I am a high end, commercial architectural photographer based in the UK.
I'm a premium Commercial Architectural Photographer based in the UK, providing high-quality attention-grabbing images for commercial clients across the UK and Europe.
I strive to consistently provide exceptional imagery in keeping with your brand. I do so by working with my clients, not for them. We are a team and this is a team effort. That being said, my exceptional customer service will not slide just because I'm a member of the team. I expect exceptional customer service with a premium brand...I provide it.
Everything I do is centered around providing my discerning clients with high-quality images that accurately portray their brand and message to increase their reputation online and in print.
I’M AN EXPERIENCED COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEALING EXCLUSIVELY WITH COMMERCIAL SPACES. I PHOTOGRAPH OFFICE BLOCKS, HOTELS, SCHOOLS, SHOPPING MALLS, FUEL STATIONS, CAR DEALERSHIPS, RESTAURANTS, GYMS, RETAIL PARKS, WAREHOUSES, AND MORE.
I DO ALSO DO A FEW HIGH-END, LUXURY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES FOR ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNERS.
I ALWAYS WORK WITH MY CLIENTS TO ENSURE THAT WHAT WE SHOOT IS ON POINT WITH THEIR BRAND AND CORPORATE MESSAGE. THIS ENSURES I DELIVER IMAGES THAT MY CLIENTS AND THEIR FOLLOWERS LOVE.
I grew up in Cape Town, South Africa. I spent all of my youth surfing, diving and being a Surf Lifesaver in the cold Atlantic waters.
In around 1990 my stepfather loaned me his old Olympus OM-1 film camera to play with. And something just clicked. I spent all my time photographing the mountains, forests, surf and lifesaving events I could. I then went on a trip inland to the wine farms and took my first images of buildings. It was a Cape Dutch style farmhouse with an old water tower outside. The photo was awful but it ignited my love of architecture.
I spent a number of years working with Great White Sharks in Cape Town and working with film crews from the BBC, National Geographic, Discovery Channel to name a few. I took photo’s of the sharks all the time and got a couple of them published.
Fast forward to today and I am never without my camera and all my gear. That’s why I need to drive a pick-up! I spend a good deal of time traveling the country and into Europe photographing buildings and spaces for my clients.
When I’m not doing that, I’m at home with my family, going surfing or teaching my boys the joys of taking and creating beautiful images.
I am a member of the American Society of Media Photographers. I chose this over the UK version due to their extended global coverage. As I do a lot of work in Europe, this covers me. I am also a member of their Architectural Photographers section.