Architectural

 National Gallery of Art, East Building

National Gallery of Art, East Building

Architectural photography is more than a record of your work, it is an opportunity to tell the full story behind your work. The goal. The gestures. The inspiration. The message.

As a photographer, I am not shy about saying pictures tell only part of the story when it comes to capturing the meaning and importance of great architecture. I think it is important to also craft the language that accompanies the images so your future customers understand your unique vision. This means spending as much time listening and learning from you as I do on site with the camera. I offer a fully collaborative approach to architectural photography and marketing. My workflow begins with understanding your goals and your story. We can then work, as a team, to complete a successful project with images that can be used across the full range of platforms.

 Office to residential conversion.

Office to residential conversion.

The architecture of the day reflects the values of the moment. The job is never done. It is handed to the next generation.
— D. Pagani
 Basement arches supporting the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

Basement arches supporting the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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