An architectural photographer with several years experience, I take great pride in every aspect of what I do, concentrating not only on the attention to detail in the photographs I provide, but also the professionalism and quality of the service that clients receive.
- High quality, creative images that show your project at it's best, and present your organization professionally. Inspire confidence in your potential customers and improve your conversion rate from prospective clients into actual sales.
- Meticulous planning. Correct planning and, where possible, pre shoot site visits, make all the difference to the success of the shoot. Working closely with you at the brief stage, I work to understand your requirements before planning the shoot carefully in order to meet and exceed them.
- For advertising photography, I use industry standard techniques for accurate color balancing and rendition. The photography will display your project as you envisaged it.
- For for architectural photography, we use specialized equipment to ensure that the sides of your building remain vertical, and everything remains in focus.
- For photography of architectural interiors, portable lighting equipment is used to display the building at their best. Photography should aim to show your interior at its best, while at the same time preserving its character in the way you envisaged it.
- Being full time, I am available throughout the week during normal working hours. I can also be available at short notice.
- Photography delivered on time and promptly. My approach is a no excuses and no fairy tales policy to image fulfillment. Finalized images are delivered in an agreed and realistic timescale which we discuss and advise in advance. Where practical, files can also be supplied directly over the internet, cutting out snail mail.
- Full backups of all critical equipment. If you have a specific and un-repeatable event you can rest assured, if something fails, there are contingencies in place. I am also fully insured.
- Using pictures of people and property in advertising photography is legally complex and can open you up to litigation if done incorrectly. I can advise you on how to minimize the risk of this.
Many art directors and picture editors will already be familiar with commissioning photography, but for anyone new to the process, I have also included a brief introduction of the things you need to consider in our commissioning guide.