The tricky thing about commercial architecture is there are usually plenty of ‘stakeholders’. They’re people whose opinions you have to listen to, even if you don’t want to you. Like, say, your family. Competition between form and function is never more fierce than in a commercial interior. Spaces have to work. But they also have to inspire. That balance is difficult to achieve. I’m a specialist commercial interior photographer based in Brisbane. And that balance is exactly what I aim to capture in all my commercial architecture images.
Speaking of stakeholders, the audience for commercial interior images is as broad as… something that is exceptionally broad. So figuring out why we’re taking the images is really important. Building contractors, for example, may want to show a project’s scale and quality. Architects may want to demonstrate how problems were elegantly solved. Venues may want to show capability or a fresh fit-out. Public spaces may want to demonstrate improved safety, design or function.
Knowing who your audience is and what you’re trying to show them is a really important part of any job. Understanding this from the beginning means I can focus on the things that are important to you.
As with any architecture photography, styling commercial interiors is exceptionally important. But it can often be overlooked. It needn’t be, because often it’s as simple as tidying the space, removing messy equipment or simplifying the furniture layout. I can give you some advice on the best way to prepare the space so it looks beautiful.
I’m a highly experienced Brisbane commercial interior photographer. I use images and videos to tell the story of how you’ve balanced form and function in your refurbishment or new build. You can check out some of my exterior 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.