Great to see this amazing project by Yellow London on the cover of English Homes magazine.
I was delighted to receive this beautiful book from @hoxtonminipress of featuring some of my shots for @lia_kiladis – some amazing sheds. I hope the book is a great success.
Prior to a shoot I always make a shot list. I think I am a little unusual in doing this. Why bother with a shot list? Well, firstly its a useful safety check. Making sure you are covering all the right areas. Not missing anything. Not spending too long on the wrong areas. It helps…Details
Great to see another XUL project in Last months 25 Beautiful Homes
Great to see the XUL project I shot in this months Grand Designs Magazine
Architectural and interiors photography is usually all about still static shots. However sometimes movement can be really useful in explaining the functionality of a space. This is were a gif can be useful. I have done a lot of bifold doors as gifs, but this is the first bit of joinery. Creating the gif itself…Details
Great to see this project shot for @rocktownsend in the @architectsjournal
An important part of interior photography is shot selection. Choosing what areas to photograph and how to photograph them. There are lots of choices, portrait or landscape, straight on or at an angle, wide angle or normal lens, with or without people etc etc… So how do you choose? I have been running a short…Details
Its a bit late, but I wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year and express my gratitude for the projects I have been lucky enough to shoot in 2021. Here is a quick look back. Thank you!
I have been lucky enough to have worked with Milly several times. Through watching her dress a room, I have developed a new appreciation of the importance of styling. That vital and frustrating skill. Luckily, Milly has been generous enough to share some of her tips and ideas. For me this is the most useful…Details
Preparing for an interior shoot can be surprisingly tricky. Some homeowners are delighted to have their creation photographed. Others, having endured the building process for months, are less thrilled. This is understandable. A shoot is an intrusion and involves moving more “stuff” than you might expect. Organisation sounds a little dull, but it can make…Details
Great to see Cox Architects South London refurb project in this months Good Homes magazine. It was a great job, a pleasure to shoot.
A suburban south London golf club is an unlikely setting for a rocco masterpiece. Then again, Camden Palace is no ordinary clubhouse. It has a fascinating history culminating in it becoming the home for the French Imperial family in exile in the 1870’s. However, the twist of fate that makes this building so interesting, is…Details
Great to see the shoot I did for Scenario of their amazing new office get some well deserved attention in Arch DailyDetails
Great to see the project I shot for Lois in this months Real Homes Magazine
This is a personal project from a couple of years ago on power stations. Coal power is not popular anymore, and rightly so, but they are still really impressive places…
This is a beautiful building not far from where I grew up. It was years since I had visited, so it was a real pleasure to go back and spend an hour or so shooting it. Many thanks to Jordan Quaker Centre and Nina in particular for allowing agreeing to let me wonder around….
Lovely to see my interior photography of the great job done by XUL Architecture is 25 Beautiful Homes Magazine….
Built by Sir Joseph Bazalgette for London’s sewage system and opened in 1865 – it has been lovingly restored and looks amazing.
Great to see my shoot for ADE Architecture featured in this months Grand Designs Magazine
Period Living recently published a story on Abi’s house. I provided the pictures and Heather Dixon provided the words. Given Heathers long experience as an interiors journalist, I thought I would pick her brains about what the design press are looking for in selecting projects to publish. Q: Period Living recently published Abi’s house. What…Details
I recently had the pleasure of photographing Church Antiques, an intriguing company, specialising in ecclesiastical fittings and furniture. Their showroom in the Surrey countryside is a remarkable place, where once venerated objects are warehoused and prepared for their new lives in the secular world. The business started almost by accident, when Lawrence (pictured below) and his…Details
With Architects@work coming up in the old truman brewery, I am reminded of the job I had shooting part of the space for London Design Fair.Apparently this area was almost almost forgotten for years, used only as a storeroom. Amazing to think of all this space just off Brick Lane half empty. The upside was…Details
Here is a link to a story in Dezeen with my images
Grand Designs Magazine have featured my photography of a Scenario Architecture Project – great to see it getting the attention the project deserves
This was a slightly unusual shoot as it was more about the portraiture than the interiors, but great fun and a real pleasure to work with David Jenkins
Alex’s Hoxton flat has finally appeared in Period Living and very good it looks too!
Great to see latest issue of Kitchens Bedrooms and Bathrooms with BTL’s project looking fantastic
In case you missed it, here are some tearsheets from KBB of a Putney house I shot a year or so ago
Dezeen have use some of my shots of a project I shot for Scenario Architecture, curiously the story was about cats, but nice to see it in Dezeen anyway.
Nice to see my shots of John Madin’s Birmingham Library in Blueprint, just a shame that it was because of the demolition of the building. So glad I got to see it before the end.
Its not often that I have office interiors published, so it was nice to see this one for TOG in AIT magazine
Another project by Scenario in Dezeen
Story in Dezeen of Scenario project
I have received a copy of the new Wallpaper Edinburgh guide, which looks fantastic. It was a really enjoyable shoot and such a beautiful city.
Dezeen have featured a shoot I did of a very exclusive clothes shop in Belgravia. “Clothes” is too small a word really.