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Architecture serves as my inspiration. It’s compatible with the way that I view the world and how I respond to it through the camera. I’m a perfectionist at heart which is fundamental to my photography; both in the observation of light and form, as well as composition.
Derived from personal intrigue, I take a more investigative approach. I strive to go beyond the ordinary to photograph the extraordinary and enjoy creating a blur between the real and the surreal. I love abstraction.
I’m a purist when it comes to the treatment of my photographs and how I represent each subject, always aiming to preserve authenticity. Ultimately, I create visual stories which serve as a legacy to my clients.
Past awards and exhibitions include International Photography Awards Best of Show Exhibition at Splashlight Studios, New York; AOP Photography Awards at The Association of Photographers Gallery, London and Px3 at Espace Dupon, Paris.
Recent shoots include a new bench design, located outside the net huts in Hastings, for Nina Moeller Designs and LG Hausys; an architectural exploration of Mayfair for Maybourne Hotel Group and a collection of fine art galleries in Mayfair and St James’ for London Art Week.
Marcus Peel: Latest magazines
spotlight magazine May 2020 interior, architecture and aerial photography
Marcus has spent the last four seasons photographing London’s Mayfair for Maybourne Hotel Group. He chose a detailed and abstract approach, focusing on found moments in architecture. He feels very humbled to have several limited-edition fine art prints now hanging on the walls of Claridge’s, one of three hotels owned by the group.
While nearing completion of this commission, Marcus also produced his latest personal project, A Walk Alongside the Boundary Wall Before the Cull, which explores the relationship between humans and animals.
Looking ahead, Marcus has just been offered the biggest potential commission of his 20-year career which will involve photographing and filming in 14 cities across Asia over a three-month period, producing an extensive portfolio of photographs and video.