James Alfred Photography
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interiors & exteriors photographers
With an eye for detail and an affinity for all things visual, I have been working as a commercial architectural photographer across BC since 2006.
As a multi-disciplinary artist myself, appreciating the art and design of others drives me in my commercial photographic work. I love working with passionate designers, and want to help then present their best work with my best visual craftsmanship.
I carefully observe all their creative efforts and understand how it presents itself, and then use all the tools at my disposal to craft the most complimentary and truthfully representative imagery.
I have won several awards and was a finalist in Architizer's prestigious One Photo Challenge.
"We have been working with James for several years now, and we are so pleased with his work! James has a knack for giving a very high end look to our product while still maintaining an accurate size of the home for the viewer. "
"James is very service oriented and is also passionate about his work. You can expect top shelf service and professionalism from him."
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showcase magazine Jun 2020 canada issue 805
James Alfred Photography interiors & exteriors photographers
James Alfred Photography - BC based artist and photographer.
"Beginning as a multi-disciplinary artist, before eventually entering into a career as a commercial photographer after a stint as a professional retoucher, I have now been working as a commercial architectural photographer across BC since 2006. I love working with passionate designers, and want to help then present their best work with my best visual craftsmanship, using all the tools at my disposal to craft the most complimentary and truthfully representative imagery.
In my commercial work, my default style is usually focused on a natural, ambient light look, which I love for its purity, but I also appreciate being able to push things in creative directions when I can. In my personal work one of the things I am drawn to is photographing abandoned places, which combines my architectural photography with my expressionist sensibilities. I'm excited to be currently working through a series of photos of an abandoned Hawaiian resort being reclaimed by the jungle.
Since 2014 I have been the principal photographer for the Mint Tiny House Company, one of the largest Tiny House manufacturers in the Pacific Northwest. Other clients include Turco Homes & Kalu Interiors, KG Interior Design, Turner Construction, Thibodeau Architecture & Design, Distinct Interiors, Grafton Apparel, Century Group Inc., Seraphim Stoneworks, Positive Space Staging & Design, Kenzi Design House, and Bayside Cabinets."