As an architect, you create emotional, physical experiences. Your vision reveals itself across an environment as people move through it—and that experience is ever-changing. It’s an experience of expansiveness at one turn, of intimacy at another. It unfolds gradually, or it opens up in one sweeping gesture.
As an architectural photographer, I translate that three-dimensional experience into the language of two dimensions. Using light and composition we capture the dynamism of the architecture one frame at a time.