The other key member of the team is my partner Sarah.
Our client list includes some of the best architects, contractors, interior designers and developers. Many of our commissions involve working with design studios and PR agencies to promote a client's project.
After years of working in publishing we know how to produce pictures of the built environment with the impact that the construction and national press demand.
If you have a building at or nearing completion, or a site under construction that needs to be photographed, please contact us.
If you would like to commission Anthony for a photographic assignment, you might like to look at our 'commissioning guide document' where we provide an architectural photography checklist and also outline some of the variables associated with an architectural photography session.
Alternatively, just give us a call if you think we can help you.
If you'd just like to know my fees for commissions just send an e-mail and I'll send you back my current rate.
In collaboration with Aerial Imaging Ltd Archimage can supply aerial photography and video of construction sites and finished buildings.
We use the latest quadcopter drone technology and have full Civil Aviation Authority certification combined with all the necessary insurance cover.
A consequence of being a photographer for many years is that you accumulate a lot of pictures. From straw houses to prisons to nuclear power stations, I have covered all manner of building types.
If you're after an image of a particular building type, there's a good chance I've got something in my archives that will fit the bill. Archive film images can be provided as digital files from our high resolution Imacon film scanner.
Likewise, if you like any of the images you see on this website, we can provide them as high resolution files.
Give us a call if you think we can help you, or for 24/7 picture sales see our collections at View Pictures and Alamy:
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