interiors and exteriors photography issue 2 Jun 2008Featuring creative talent and services from the most interesting industry sectors
Unusual viewpoints, fine detail and fascinating light play characterises much of her work. Bernadette finds the right moment for the most exciting image wherever she goes; whether that's in the interior of a fabulous luxury yacht, the operating room of a hospital, or the fine-detail of a piece of furniture, her photographs capture a unique essence.
Her clients include architects, interior designers, hotel companies, magazines, and many more. Names include the likes of Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau, Heinle Wischer & Partner, Interior Design, Schwarzkopf/Henkel, and Tischman Speyer Properties.
Working in England, Europe and the USA, Colin is employed for his ability to add animation, drama and a human context to the buildings and places he photographs.
He is currently working on a book for the O2 in London, and is about to embark on a photographic project exploring the dynamic of large groups of people.
Simplicity best describes Egon's pictures. Growing-up in a country with famous designers like Arne Jacobsen, Paul Kjærholm and Hans J. Wegner has significantly influenced his work as a photographer.
Egon's career as a commercial photographer began in 1981. At the age of 22 he opened a studio in the centre of Copenhagen and began specialising as a still life photographer, which was rather unusual in Denmark at that time. His client list grew as he started working for companies including Carlsberg, Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and Georg Jensen Silver. During the 1980s and 90s he became known in Denmark as 'The Beer Photographer'.
As well as working on many international campaigns, Egon has won numerous awards in the Clio Show, Cannes Lion and the Lurzers Archive.
He specialises in interior, design, still, reportage and dog photography. Advertising clients include Villeroy & Boch, Garpa and Lambert.
Heiner likes to shoot with available light and also uses pinhole cameras for his artwork, like the impressive collection 'Roma O Morte' that was exhibited in Hamburg.
He is represented in N.Y.C. by Barbara Laurie Photographers.
He shot cover images for May's Condé Nast Traveler 'Hot List 2008' issue, featuring top models representing their native countries: Anne Watanabe in the Armani Café in Ginza, Tokyo, and Nadia Bogdanovich at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Moscow.
Jimmy was commissioned by Baccarat in Moscow to cover their new location, with interior and architecture by Philippe Starck. Continuing his work for Louis Vuitton, Jimmy was in Hong Kong in March for a flagship launch event, whilst Remy Martin also called on him for its Louis XIII campaign, due for initial launch in Japan before going on to a global release.
Other recent clients include Dior, Alexandre Herchcovitch, Kenzo, A Bathing Ape, Marin, Hotel Particular, Hotel Peninsula, Hotel Conrad, Hotel Park Royal, Swatch, Tag Heuer, Citroën and Lexus. Jimmy also shot covers for Interior Design Magazine, Architecture's Digest France, Russia and Germany, and Casa Brutus.
Hamburg photographer Konstantin Eulenburg founded H2E Studios along with two partners in 2001. Five studio spaces and a factory building backdrop enables a range of different worlds to emerge quickly and easily.
Konstantin also owns production company Eulenburg & Alberts Fototeam.
One of his first editorial assignments was published in German magazine Brigitte, and was followed by editorials for other magazines including Schöner Wohnen, Living & Home and Schöner Essen.
His main focus is people and interiors, but Konstantin also covers beauty and fashion topics. His client list includes Tschibo, Nivea PR, Eucerin PR, Deutsche Post AG and Sharp.
Featured in this Spotlight are photos shot for Burgbad AG, Marburger Tapeten, Steiff, and Villeroy & Boch, as well as a selection of personal work.
London-based architectural and interior photographer Liz Artindale has had an interesting year. After a personal trip to Morocco in January to find some much needed sun, she returned to the UK to shoot new Next and Gap stores in London, the Bullring Shopping Centre in Birmingham for Land Securities, and the newly redesigned premises of Tussauds Studio.
She also photographed a large new residential development for Comer Homes in Portland, Dorset which overlooks the sailing site for the 2012 Olympics.
A new personal project to shoot another calendar around her coastal home is underway, this time from her new (small) boat.
Upon completion of his studies in photo reportage, Martin Maier covers various fields of photography. He works mainly in architecture, people and advertising photography for corporate, advertising and editorial clients.
Martin is located in the south of Germany near the border with Switzerland and Austria, and works for both national and international clients.
He is a member of the BFF (German Association of Freelance Photographers) and also teaches photography at the SFG School of Design, Ravensburg.
Paul Freeman specialises in architecture and interiors.
His clients include advertising, architectural and commercial companies. Recent work included cityscapes for the Barclaycard OnePulse campaign, which received wide exposure across the London Underground Tube network.
His interior work spans both residential assignments with extensive lighting and styling and large architectural projects.
Paul's services include scouting, sourcing of styling and production (pre and post shoot), and retouching.
London [UK]: Simon Warren
This year Simon Warren celebrates 25 years as a location and architectural photographer. He has built-up a reputation for delivering high quality, innovative, and graphic images that clients are pleased to use for their marketing and advertising material.
Recent projects include completion photography at Orange and Penguin Books, corporate work for Munich Re-Insurance, and brochure and advertising work for The Royal Institution.
Simon always tries to include a human element in his images. In a recent annual report shoot for Development Securities Plc., Simon worked closely with model agencies to portray a working office environment in an 'empty' office space!
On a shoot for Standard Life, the brief was to show the proximity of London City Airport to the client's building. This involved shooting under the wing of an aircraft whilst others were taking off! It is this attention to detail, both in the planning and final execution, that sets Simon apart from his competitors.