There are many elements that have to come together for a successful architecture or interiors shoot. Understanding the brief, finding the right angles and knowing how and when to light a building are just a part of it. And often, it can take more than one visit, at different times of day, to capture a building at its best.
We provide architectural and interiors photography for some of Cairns and North Queensland's leading architects and builders. Long before the camera comes out of the bag, we engage with the client to understand how we can showcase the architecture and to co-ordinate all elements of the shoot.
Architectural camera lenses, professional lighting and a knowledge of local conditions are utilized to produce images that reflect the initiative and intent that went into a building's design. Another feature that sets us apart is our ability to incorporate people in these shots to add the elements of scale, purpose & lifestyle.
Check out some of our previous work in the "Portfolio & Galleries" section of this site or click here.
Some of the recent projects that we've photographed include:
* Crowther Lecture Theatre & Founders Green at James Cook Uni
* Innisfail Dept. of Transport Customer Service Centre
* Cairns City Tattoo building renovation & fitout
* Tully Multi-Purpose Centre
* Mareeba Garden Settlment Aged Care Facility refurbishment & extension
* Holy Spirit Care Services Buildings
* International Marine College Extension
* Casphone commercial fitout
* Dunwoody's Lounge & Bistro refurbishment
* Cairns TAFE Block C - Trades Training Centre
* Pullman Reef Hotel Casino
What our clients say:
After a lengthy search to find a FNQ photographer who understood what we were looking for in our architectural imagery, we have been delighted with Andrew's work. He has a great feel for both the contextual and detail aspects of a building and as a result his images create a multi-dimensional story of the project. In addition to his talent as a photographer his service is utterly professional and I would recommend him without hesitation. Micky, Suters Architects