James is a London based architectural photographer creating high quality images of the built environment.

 

I have been continually immersed in Architecture and the built environment since 1987:

 

I studied architecture part 1 & 2 as a mature student at South Bank University;

I practised architecture at Foster's and Grimshaw's amongst other practices;

I taught architecture at degree and post graduate level South Bank University.

I managed the graphical output of the Steel Construction Institute.

 

I have been passionate about photography since my childhood.

More recently I have been professionally involved with all aspects of digital imaging whether it be specifying, commissioning or delivering content:

 

My first dark room created in my parents attic in 1971.

My first Nikon FE bought second hand and repaired 3 times - stolen in 1992.

I first started teaching Photoshop in 1993 to BA and PgDip architects.

I first designed an architectural Website in 1993 used HTML 1.0 and Mosaic 1.0.

My first published photograph in the Asahi Shimbun in 1994.

My first Digital Camera bought new in 1996 - 0.8Mpx and not cheap!

 

I'm certain I can help with your photographic or imaging needs.

Do contact me to discuss any needs or projects you may have and I'll be happy to discuss how I can assist.

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A visit to James's Flickr stream is always rewarded with a beautifully curated set of photographs of his latest projects and other interests. It's so rare - not just on Flickr but anywhere - to find such a skilled photographer who is capable of producing such carefully and beautifully composed views. He is able to capt… Read more

A visit to James's Flickr stream is always rewarded with a beautifully curated set of photographs of his latest projects and other interests. It's so rare - not just on Flickr but anywhere - to find such a skilled photographer who is capable of producing such carefully and beautifully composed views. He is able to capture their personality and context in a way that's not often seen today, much like a rendering or a painting. A very talented photographer!

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October 2, 2012