architecture

Architecture is a broad category – it includes everything from public infrastructure to schools, museums, retail stores, homes of all kinds, manufacturing facilities, and landscape design. The images in this gallery were the result of careful communication and planning with each client to learn what they wanted the images to convey to the viewer about the space, how it fit in with the landscape, and what props and lighting would best complement the design and materials.

Latest from the blog:

  • Legal night drone flying and group helicopter photography sessions now available!

    When your project needs photos with higher resolution than the drone can provide, and/or airspace rules or general safety considerations don’t allow drone flights, a helicopter is the solution. I work with a commercially-licensed owner/operator who’s helicopter is based at Seattle’s Boeing Field, and have negotiated fantastic hourly rates for photo flights.

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  • 2021 update - we're now FAA licensed to do commercial drone photos & video

    2021 has finally arrived (not a moment too soon), and with it comes some exciting new opportunities.

    In November, I earned my private pilot certificate, and, in December, I also earned my commercial drone pilot license. I’ve already ordered a high-end drone - it’s scheduled to be delivered to me this week. It’s compact enough to fit in a carryon for commercial airline travel, too.

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  • How to keep in touch with clients when in-person networking isn't an option

    With all this COVID-19 related economic turmoil and social distancing, there’s not a lot going on for many of us self-employed types. As an architectural, construction, and commercial/industrial photographer, my work is done on location, so there’s not an opportunity for me to work remotely. I mean, the distancing is definitely for the best, as it's apparently starting to slow the spread of the virus at least a bit, but the economic costs are very, very high.

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