Another book project with author Paul Rabbitts. This one is part of a series of ‘in 50 Buildings’ titles for Amberley Publishing, which will be in the shops in mid September 2019. All the photos are now taken, here’s a selection.
ST. VILLA is a smart new restaurant in St. Albans offering a mix of English and European dishes in a spacious contemporary interior. I photographed the interior and exterior on opening night for Design House Berkhamsted who built the ST.VILLA website, menus, corporate graphics etc.
John Lewis Leeds opened on the 20th October 2016. These are the pre-opening photos I took for Brookerflynn Architects who were responsible for the internal fitting our works. The shop is unusual in having five trading levels rather than the more usual three or four, and it showcases the latest stripped back look with bare […]
John Lewis opened its first shop in the new Grand Central development in the heart of Birmingham on the 24th September 2015. I was asked to provide a set of photographs of the outside and interior of the new shop by Brooker Flynn Architects who were responsible for the internal building fit-out. The shop continues […]
Highgate School was originally founded in 1564, the main buildings which were designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield, date from the mid 19th Century.
John Lewis York is the latest out of town department store to be opened by the nation’s favourite retailer.
The fine suburban church of St. Matthias in Richmond had suffered atmospheric erosion over the years which had obliterated many of the intricate carved details decorating its main entrance frontage.
John Lewis at Home Ashford is one of the new wave of smaller stores being rolled out across the country by the nation’s favourite retailer.
Cliveden House in Buckinghamshire occupies a splendid position on high ground looking over the Thames Valley with spectacular views of the Thames across the manicured lawns and formal gardens.
Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath is currently undergoing extensive internal and external restoration.
The major redevelopment of Blackfriars Station includes a new ticket hall and new platforms extending right across Blackfriars Bridge.
Hadlow Tower was designed as a grand folly by George Ledwell Taylor, architect to the Admiralty, for the owner of Hadlow Castle, Walter Barton May in 1832.
Henry Moore’s arch sculpture was originally presented to the Nation and erected in Kensington Gardens in 1980 following his 80th Birthday exhibition at the nearby Serpentine Gallery.
Whitechapel Road has undergone something of a transformation in recent years.
The John Lewis department store at Milton Keynes shopping centre opened with the centre in the 1970’s and had changed very little since.
Photogrammetry uses photography to produce dimensionally accurate ‘drawings’.