Recent commission for a fit out company on the 19th floor of The Shard.
Shot on the Canon 5Ds with 17mm TS-E.
Shot recently for the team of architects responsible for a modernisation of the building.
Shot on the Canon 5Ds with 17mm TS-E lens.
One Kingdom Street Paddington.
A striking themed interior in the atrium at Suffolk University.
Shot on Canon 5Ds with 17mm TS-E.
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
The entrance lobby to Saffron Tower West Croydon, shot for the lighting supplier.
Canon 5Ds with 17mm TS-E.
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.
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.
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.
This shot was part of a 2 day commission for a prestige accountancy firm to show their new office space and the facilities provided there for staff and clients.
Shot on the Canon 5D MK3 with the 24-70mm @ f2.8
An impressive internal breakout area in this London Bank. The greenery gives the impression of outdoors but in fact the space is internal. Models positioned in the foreground for interest and others shot on different frames and overlapped.
Shot on the Canon 5D MK3 with the TS-E 17mm.
I really like these buildings, such unusual shapes! Originally built as The National Centre for Popular Music (opened on 1 March 1999, and closed in June 2000) since 2003 the HUBs is owned by Sheffield Hallam University (Students' Union). The building consists of four giant stainless steel drums, surrounding an atrium area, the upper floor of which has a glazed roof. The unusual building has acquired a number of local nicknames including the curling stones, drums and kettles.
Shot on my iPhone 5s.