Thrilled to be joining the jury for Architizer’s inaugural #ArchitizerVisionAwards,
a global award honouring the best in architectural representation!
Learn more about the Vision Awards and register here:
Up In The Air by Vittorio Bonapace, commended entry, 2022 One Rendering Challenge
A couple months ago, I was asked back to be one of Architizer's 2022 One Photo Challenge jury members. After being involved last year I, without hesitation, said I'm in. It was a delight to look through the submissions from around the world and can't wait to see what's out there this year. To share or submit an entry click here.
“Echo” by Philippe Sarfati, Philippe Sarfati, Commended Entry in the 2021 One Photo Challenge
Last month I was included in an interview series by the UK photography website
MPB that highlighted women architectural photographers from around the world.
It felt great to be included, I love doing what I'm doing. To read my interview
and to check out the other six photographers click here.
In preparation for Canada’s phased plan to re-open its economy, I have adapted my shooting style and will be adhering to proper safety guidelines to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. I am committed to continuing to provide my clients with the award winning photography they require.
For location shoots I will be practicing social distancing with a face mask and preferably where possible, be on site alone. Accessories and furniture will be left untouched as to minimize physical contact of surfaces. Any residential shoots will be at the discretion of the homeowners, if the home is occupied, and their agreement to being off site while I’m photographing. Non-residential shoots will require arranging very specific shoot times as to avoid encountering others as much as possible. As I mostly work solo with little human interaction, exterior photography will continue as previously undertaken and building requirements will be arranged beforehand. As some projects often require human activity to populate the architecture, documenting spaces may now require the absence of people to ensure a healthy and safe work environment. This provides exciting opportunities to focus on the design of the space in abstract and composed detail.
I recognize the severity of our global emergency and will work to ensure the comfort of my clients, myself and others as we all adjust to these new considerations. I’m always available through email to discuss procedures more thoroughly and look forward to working with you again soon. Stay safe!
Congrats to my client Haeccity for getting their Armoury District condo renovation in Vancouver published on Dwell! It was a fun project to photograph. Click to read more..
Ordering an 'architects are assholes' mug is now easier than ever! Our Amazon store is up and running with both mugs available to purchase.
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The recently completed photography gallery, The Polygon, in North Vancouver designed by Patkau Architects is now carrying 'architects are assholes' mugs in white and matte black. Also a special edition of 'photographers are assholes' mugs (it's only fair) in white - matte black coming soon - are now available in the gallery shop.
Check out November's Style at Home to see photos from my shoot with Dakota Homes in Richmond. Cue the kitchen envy!
Happy to announce you can now buy architects are assholes mugs on designboom! Also, by popular request I've introduced a matte black mug. Now you have one to match your clothes!