It’s difficult to talk about architecture without sounding like your regular coffee is a double shot kale latte. For example, most people don’t know what a ‘building envelope’ is or what makes something ‘iconic‘. But that’s the beauty of architecture photography. It distills complex ideas into images. The viewer can then feel what it’s like to occupy a space – words are not required. I’m a specialist architecture photographer in Brisbane, shooting residential and commercial projects. And I work collaboratively with you to demonstrate how the technical and creative blend to give someone a cracking experience in a space. And to me, that’s what architecture is all about.
Deciding when to photograph a building is one of the most important aspects to consider. It’s not just about when a building looks good. It’s also about when it really comes to life. How is it used? Who uses it? When and why? Which features most clearly articulate the design intent? All these things help me understand the best time of day, and even time of year, to photograph a project. So we’ll discuss these questions before we begin.
One of my favourite things about architecture is discovering how a building interacts with its surroundings. It’s exciting to be me because it’s never static; weather, seasons, construction, usage, nature and people all influence a building’s context. Demonstrating context is one of the most important functions of exterior architecture photography. So figuring out the best way to communicate this is something else we’ll spend time talking about.
I’m a really experienced architecture photographer. I use images and videos to tell the story of how you’ve created a cracking space, and how it interacts with its environment. You can check out some of my commercial interior and residential architecture work as well. But if you’re looking for someone who understands how to tell the story of your build, get in touch. I’d love to chat.