About

Who we are | what we do

We are a collective of passionate architectural photographers. We care about what we do. Together we share our knowledge for buildings and architecture to ensure that the imagery we produce is industry leading. We work with architects, interior designers, hoteliers, restauranteurs and home owners, amongst others, to create outstanding photography that showcases your building to its absolute best. No two projects are ever the same so we liaise closely with you to develop a brief. From that we can ensure that the images we produce not only look amazing but they work for you and your business too. We use state of the art equipment with specialist architectural lenses but we know the most important thing is the person behind the camera. That’s why all our photographers are not just fully trained; they are practiced professionals with a vast amount of experience behind them. They will be able to bring out the best in your property.

Who are we?

Meet the Team

Sean Elliott

Sean Elliott

Starting his career in London over 10 years ago, Sean has shot some of the finest homes the capital has to offer, as well as historic buildings and cutting edge architecture. With a passion for inspirational modern design from the likes of Frank Lloyd Wright and Zaha Hadid, Sean has a keen eye for architectural detailing as well as bold form. Some of his favourite buildings though are those that successfully bring together 18th and 19th century architecture with contemporary additions. As well as photography Sean is a keen skier with an ambition to photograph a freeride photo journal.

Alasdair McIntosh

Alasdair McIntosh

With a degree in furniture design and his first camera at the age of six Alasdair is as likely to be found on an interiors or architectural blog as he is behind the camera. A love for exquisitely renovated period properties sits along with his love of glass and light. When not shooting architecture or renovating his house, Alasdair can often be found at the top of a remote Scottish mountain following his love of landscape photography. His affection for landscape greatly influences his architectural work as he seeks to contextualise the setting and give the viewer a greater sense of interaction with the building.

Adrian Mace

Adrian Mace

Starting out photography as a hobby, Adrian made this in to his full-time career after many years of learning his trade. Throughout his career he has been exposed to an array of exquisite buildings and architecture. If he ever has any spare time Adrian can be found indulging in portrait photography so he is comfortable behind the lens as well as in front of it, liaising and interacting with clients. Adrian has also travelled far and wide, capturing memories on camera and hopes to, one day, visit and photograph the IceHotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden.