Tate Modern

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Shot on the Fuji X-T2 with 12-24mm lens. Handheld at 1/7th sec f6.4 iso 5000.
Processed in Nik Software Silver Efex Pro2.

Christmas Card

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The side view of The Cheesegrater building in Leadenhall London provided a slightly abstract but very effective graphic image to send out as a Christmas card this year.

Shot on the Fuji X-T2 with 50-140mm lens.

The Southbank London

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Wahaca and The Queen Elizabeth Hall Purcell Room at The Southbank Centre London, taken at sunset.
Shot on the Canon 5D MK3 with 17mm TS-E lens. HDR merge of 2 exposures and processed with ColorEfex 4.

 

Basement Workplace

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Recent commission for Create Interior Design for The Boutique Workplace Company.
Composite image built up of multiple layers with people in various positions.
Shot on Canon 5Ds with 24mm TS-E  lens.

New Building Exterior

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A recent commission to shoot the new facade of 81 Southwark Street.
The colourful artwork on the pedestrian crossing by Thierry Noir certainly helps frame the image, and mirrors some of the colours reflected in the buildings.
Shot on the Canon 5Ds with 24mm TS-E.

The Shard

Recent commission for a fit out company on the 19th floor of The Shard.
Shot on the Canon 5Ds with 17mm TS-E.

Building Exterior

Shot recently for the team of architects responsible for a modernisation of the building. 
Shot on the Canon 5Ds with 17mm TS-E lens.

The Silence

There was something about the spacing and different leg positions that caught my eye here, also the silence as I passed. The guy at the far left facing away just makes the shot for me as it almost looks like they're ignoring each other!
Taken at Croxley Classic Car Show Sep 2016.
Fuji X100S 1/14Oth sec f8.0 iso 640

YMCA Building Watford

I took this shot recently when I visited the car park to take a shot of the redevelopment of the Intu Centre over the wall on the left.
Shot on the Canon 5Ds with 24-70mm.

Going Really Wide

This shot required that bit extra width and height than I was getting with the 17mm TS-E, so I used the Sigma 12-24mm II DG HSM full frame wide angle lens and corrected the verticals afterwards in Lightroom.
It's not a lens I'd normally use for interiors but in this case it helped me show more of the context of the room, and illustrate what the client had to deal with in this listed building. 
I've marked with a frame roughly what I was getting beforehand with the 17mm shift.

BIM for Construction Clients

Great to see my image from UBM 240 Blackfriars Road make the front cover of this influencial handbook for the construction industry by Richard Saxon MBE. Shot on commission for Gensler Associates Architects.