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 [email protected] 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.