Posts tagged with Munich

  1. Urban Habitat - Photography Exhibition in Munich

    22 May 2019

    If I were to define the style and methodology of my photography, it would be a difficult task to categorise it into a single genre. This is because I have an affection of two contrasting approaches, which happen to lie at either end of the photography rainbow. At one end of…

  2. Photographed: Uninterrupted Views

    05 Apr 2019

    This family house near Ammersee intersects the upper slopes of a hill, staggered in a cubic formation to exploit the south-facing and uninterrupted views of the undulated landscape. The orientation of the house may have been an obvious concept from the outset, however the architects Jacob & Spreng Architekten had accomplished it with brilliance. On the day of the shoot, I met with the architect who…

  3. A winter portrait: fv2architektur

    16 Mar 2019

    On a chilly December morning, I met up with my friend and colleague Felicia Specht of fv2architektur for a portrait shoot. We met in the museum quarter of Munich as I knew there would be a handful of ‘architecturally interesting’ façades that I could use as a backdrop.…

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