The following images appear in no special order. The primary purpose of this page is to show future clients some of the techniques I will use to capture the true nature of, and tell compelling stories about, their architectural designs. The name of the game is communication. You need to tell -- and show -- people how good you are, to win bids and competitions; I'm here to help you do that. My record is very strong on both counts.
Keep in mind that I work exclusively with available light. This is an important point. If you've ever tried this, you know that it is often impossible to capture the full range of values that your eyes actually see, especially when photographing interiors. But by employing special techniques and a keen eye, I am able to depict the ambience of a space as you, the architect, designed it. Keep that in mind as you peruse these images. I believe you'll see that my photographs can capture and express the true quality and personality of your designs. I, too, am a designer.
The other thing I would like you to look for is how I focus not only on a specific space or structure, but also broaden my view to its context, to show how it relates to other spaces, to patterns of use, and to its environment. This is key to telling your story.