interiors, exteriors and architecture photography issue 1 Jul 2007Featuring creative talent and services from the most interesting industry sectors
Andy Taylor Smith
Previous commissions have included work on prestigious ancient and modern buildings for design and advertising agencies, architects, developers, hotels, magazines, newspapers and conservation and heritage bodies - including:
- English Heritage
- Royal Collections
- Historic Royal Palaces
- Richard Rogers
- Lloyds of London
- Corporation of London
- Westminster Council
- Ashford Castle
- Grosvenor Estates
- Sheraton, Hilton, Marriott
Inspired by the film scores of Ennio Morricone, Andy has recently returned from a personal shoot featuring Spanish cowboys. Two of the photos from the resulting series can be seen here.
His photographic awards to date are:
- International Photography Awards: 1st place - 2005, 2nd place - 2006
- Creative Review: 2006
- PX3: Winner Advertising Cars - 2007, 2nd place Advertising - 2007
- American Photography Annual: 2007
- Communication Arts: 2005
- AOP Awards: 2004
- AOP Open: 2003, 2004
Andy is now represented in the US by Eurostock Assignment.
Advertising photographer Ashley Morrison specialises in interior photography - ranging from homes to hotels.
Working with a team of experienced stylists and writers, he and his team are regularly commissioned to shoot not only across the UK but also throughout Europe and America for most of the top-selling interior magazines.
Last year he completed catalogues and ad campaigns for companies such as Mark Wilkinson, Dulux, Ulster Carpets and OS Doors - and he is currently photographing a chain of hotels for two major hotel groups.
Interior images with people have become Ashley's trademark and with some 20 years of experience and knowledge of the creative business, he and his team offer a full range of services within this field.
For more information visit: www.ampimage.com
London based Colin Streater has been working as a professional photographer for 16 years, specialising in architecture, interiors and the urban landscape.
Clients describe his work as clean, airy and friendly. This is partly a result of his distinctive approach to the spaces he shoots but also due to his attention to detail and the human context.
He says his aim is to make the places and buildings that he photographs 'beautiful and desirable as well as lively and accessible... my objective is to bring buildings to life'.
His recent clients include:
- Philip Morris
- The O2 Dome
- National Portrait Gallery
- British Library
- Charles Worthington
- Laban Dance School
Dominic Blackmore's talent and experience are clear from his exciting, contemporary work.
Over the years, he has worked for numerous prestigious commercial clients and magazines - both large and small.
Dominic is fast, flexible and he tells us he 'likes a challenge!'
Gaby Zimmermann is an interior photographer based in Hamburg, Germany and New York City. She works internationally for both advertising and editorial clients, in Europe and the US.
Her partial client list includes:
- General Electrics
Gaby's latest large-scale shoot was for German furniture and home accessories company, Lambert - the project took her to many places in beautiful old Europe before returning to her own studio in Hamburg where she is currently at work on a project for a global firm.
Graham Atkins-Hughes is considered one of the UK's leading interiors and lifestyle photographers.
Over the last 10 years he has worked for a large range of clients - editorial and commercial, large and small - tailoring his unique style to each brief.
Recent clients include Harrods, Selfridges, Hitachi, Bang & Olufsen, The Sunday Times Style, Elle Decoration and Marie Claire.
For a more comprehensive selection of his images, see his agent's website.
While working in a simple, direct and graphic style, he is equally comfortable shooting more traditional work for hotels and restaurants.
Recent commissions include:
- Kaupthing Bank
- Land Securities Trillium
- Sony Ericsson
Photographer Konstantin Eulenburg from Hamburg, born 1965, was taught by Rudi Schmutz in Hamburg. Along with two partners, he founded H2E Studios in 2001, consisting of five studios and a backdrop factory building. The good connection offered between the studio space and the backdrop building enables a range of different worlds to emerge quickly and easily.
Konstantin also owns a production company Eulenburg and Alberts Fototeam.
One of his first editorial works was published in German magazine Brigitte followed by editorials for other magazines such as Schöner Wohnen, Living&Home and Schöner Essen.
His main focus is people and interiors, but he also covers beauty and fashion topics. His client list includes: Tschibo, Nivea PR, Eucerin PR, Deutsche Post AG and Sharp.
Here we show photos that he shot for Burgbad AG and Ludwigsburger Agency Werbewelt, as well shots for Marburger Tapeten.
Liz Artindale is a well-established interiors & exteriors photographer shooting on location both digitally and on film.
Some of her recent clients include niche and prestige developers Marldon, Marcus Cooper & Comer Homes, for whom she has just completed a five-day, 2500km trip around Germany.
She has also recently completed a regular contract for Amtico flooring and, as a football fan, says she was thrilled to photograph the new Emirates Stadium for Arsenal FC.Liz tells us that personal projects are very important to her and a series of landscape photographs taken around her new coastal home became a well-received calendar and also forms part of an upcoming exhibition to raise funds for the lifeboat organisation, the RNLI.
Madrid based photographer Pasquale Caprile has been shooting large-scale productions for top international brands and agencies for 25 years from his fully equipped studio in Madrid, working in both analogue and digital Sinar, Broncolor, etc.
His client list includes Coca-Cola, Landor Associates, Metodo Nuzzi, Addison, Kraft, L'Oréal, Hewlett-Packard, El Corte Ingles, Hotel Villamagna Madrid, Hotel Ritz Carlton, Hotel Mira Sierra, Cadena Sol Melia Internacional, Paradores Españoles and Telefónica Publicidad.
When asked to describe his approach Pasquale says, 'My aim is always to convey a photographic approach that is personalised to each project... an image that reflects reality, freshness and has its own personality in line with the client'.
Awards include 2006 - Spider Award Black & White; 2005 - International Photography Awards; 2005 - Fine Arts, USA; 2004 - Lux; 2001 - Alimentos de España; 1994 - London International Advertising Awards
Initially servicing architectural and editorial clients, his images have begun to win him advertising work. In 2007 he has worked on advertising and design agency projects for Ford, Bayer and clients in the private equity sector.
A long-time landscape photographer, Paul is sensitive to the subtle changes that natural lighting brings to a scene. Working with large format digital and with a full digital workflow has allowed him to control an image from concept to realisation while balancing natural and artificial lighting.
Nevertheless, for some images he prefers to use 5x4 and film as it has a quite different look from digital.
Paul says, 'my personal favourites are exteriors set in larger landscape contexts which include the human form'.
Richard Booth, renowned for his creative mind and innate understanding of space, has been shooting around the world for various international clients, most recently in Moscow and St Petersburg along with high profile advertising work for some of London's top hotels.
His clients are excited by his dynamic images.
Recent clients include:
- The Berkeley Hotel
- Claridges London
- The Connaught Hotel
- Fox Linton Associates
Richard is completing his latest project in the UK and Europe, for a worldwide bank, which is embargoed for the next month. Keep an I on his website for more projects.
Rui Camilo was born in Lisbon and now lives in Frankfurt, where he also has his own studio.
He specialises in architecture and landscape as well as people and his preference is to combine those 'to build a roof with his special way of graphic language'
National and international clients include German Stock Exchange, Samsung, Fraport and Telekom.
He just finished a film project about the legendary 1000-mile car race in Italy, the Mille Miglia, as co-producer and head of photography. He is now working on a long-term project about the oceans, sailing from Vancouver up to Alaska working both underwater and on the surface.
Rui is represented by zeezoo.
Thomas Popinger is one of Germany's leading interior photographers. In his own words, 'I try to blur the borders between reality and fiction'.
This unique look is based on him designing and planning almost all the sets that he works on, and the special focus he puts on outstanding lightning.
Thomas tells us he does not try to imitate nature; rather that his aim is to give his pictures personality and an unmistakeable profile.
His remarkable style of photography is trusted for the campaigns of leading brands like Dornbracht, Alape and Classicon.
Thomas Popinger is represented by found Fotografenagentur.