Andrew understands architecture.

He is driven to create photographs that promote the discussion and wider understanding of architecture and the built environment.

His photographic work presents designed elements in striking compositions, crafting a feeling of atmosphere, space and understanding.  His conscious inclusion of people in specific compositions explores his ongoing interest in the way people relate to, interact and use their place(s).

Working from bases in Vancouver (Canada) and Melbourne (Australia) he represents the work of local and international architectural firms pushing the boundaries of design at all scales.  His photographs are regularly published both online and in print, with national and international readerships.  His clientele is broad and includes architects, built environment professionals, design agencies and editorial clients.

Always interested in the ‘total narrative’, he finds beauty not only in each finished building and its relationship to its landscape or surrounds, but in the way it takes shape.  He is regularly commissioned to photograph the ‘process’ of making architecture.

Andrew grew up surrounded by architecture, then spent 15 years learning about designing and making buildings. While absorbing the ‘big picture’ he was always aware of the importance of linking small details to overall concepts.  His current photographic process and resulting imagery reflects the rigorous process developed during this time as an architect.

He is a trained and registered non-practising architect (Australia) and an accredited member of the Professional Photographers of Canada.