Architecture, as both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures results in architectural creations, in the material form of buildings, interior spaces and landscapes. Many of them are often perceived as cultural symbols and as works of art. Historical civilizations as well as great architects such as Antoni Gaudi, Eero Sarinnen, Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Frank Gehry and countless others, are repeatedly identified with their surviving architectural achievements.
Architecture spans through all aspects of life and spaces we all live in. Architects, general contractors, interior designers and the associated trade, design and build marvelous creations. My goal as photographer is to reveal the significance of these constructions, and to amplify the precise organization of forms in the most aesthetically pleasing way. My vision is meant to underline the proper expression and reveal the energy that created the depicted subject, in its most essential and striking forms.
My innate fascination with the natural world greatly influences how I photograph the man-made world, the aesthetics of space, the elements that it holds, and the people who move or live within the space. Buildings, structures and the interior spaces inside them hold their own energy fields. These are greatly infused with the energy of the creative minds which conceived and allowed them to materialize. I am passionate about showcasing this in my commercial and fine art photographs of architecture.
Architects, designers and other members of the creative trade benefit from my perception and expression of flow and convergence of form, aesthetic design, color, light, and most of all, the energy in a photographic composition. Clients have described my style as bold, symmetrical and colorful and profit from my vision. Among them are Dior, Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, Marriott Hotels, Double Tree Hotels by Hilton, Crate & Barrel, Macy’s, Getty Images, Lend Lease, and others. To view more architecture related images please visit my gallery page.