In 2000, while living in Hong Kong, I decided to become an Architectural Photographer. It seemed the ideal fit for someone with a passion for both architecture and photography.
After a number of years working in Hong Kong as a photographer for: architects, interior designers and property developers, I moved to Brisbane. In 2015, after a break, in which time I completed a Master of Architecture degree at Queensland University of Technology, I re-launched my photography career.
I aim to bring my enthusiasm for the subject- architecture and the medium- photography to each project. My ambition is to produce informative and striking images. With my architectural education, I am able to discuss projects with clients and understand their language and thinking.
I pay careful attention to the fundamentals of: composition, light and qualities of the space. I consider the time of day, to make the best use of natural light and I look for graphic qualities and contrasts: light and dark, straight and curved lines. I take great care to bring out the best of the design. It is all about attention to detail. Everything has to be right – from the lighting, to the colour, to the composition. The collection of images should fully illustrate the project and reveal the design intent.
I love what I do and I look forward to helping you out with your projects.