Recent work shooting for client in Azerbaijan who owns a range of properties which they wanted photographing for a big website rebranding. We travelled across the capital Baku, and also out to Ganja in the western edges of the country. … Continue reading
Recent job for Carter Designs shooting 2 of their recent projects in Tooting Bec, London.
I recently completed my PfCO course – which is a commercial drone pilot training qualification. I’m now able to use a drone to shoot commercially in the UK, and below are results from a recent commission for a property group … Continue reading
I was recently commissioned to produce a series of extremely high resolution panoramic photographs of a particular street in Knightsbridge, West London. I divided the shoot into two parts, once series of shots early in the morning before the area … Continue reading
This was a shoot my client – The All England Lawn Tennis Club, has had in mind for a few years, but we’ve had to wait for the snow. When the ‘Beast from the East’ was forecast for London and … Continue reading
I took advantage of the Open House weekend in London last week to visit a few buildings not usually open to the public. One of which was Woolwich Town Hall, a part of the city I’m not familiar with but … Continue reading
I was recently hired to photograph the sumptuous interiors of this recently opened restaurant in Monte Carlo.
Earlier this year I was commissioned to photograph the Brent district of Harlesden – an area very local to me for the last seven years. In the past Harlesden was an area associated with gang crime, but now gentrification from nearby fashionable areas of Kensal Rise and Queens Park has started to spread towards Harlesden. A branch of Costa coffee was the first notable retail, followed by the recently open ‘Royal Oak’ pub (seen in images below), and more surely to follow.
This commission was about producing a set of strong architectural images which the client could use to decorate their Harlesden office, showing off the area. Here are the shortlisted images from the two evening shoots I did in NW10.
For the shoot I worked with the Nikon D810, its 36 megapixel sensor ideal for possible large scale prints. A 24mm PC-E lens was a necessity for its shift capabilities, allowing me to keep all the architecture looking straight.
Towards the end of last year I was contacted by a representative of the BHM Group about possibly photographing a series of buildings they owned across the UK. After agreeing to the quote we got started, and this commission took … Continue reading