Shanghai, China. One of many impressive Hotels, the rooms appear to wrap infinitely around the inner atrium. A great interior shot for any Sci Fi movie!
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. I was immediately struck by the other-worldly appearance of these artificial trees, which reminded me of James Cameron’s Avatar.
Parliament Building, Budapest. Impressive by day, I decided to revisit for a night shoot. The long exposure not only captured car lights but a fascinating pattern of Gulls circling overhead and illuminated by the buildings lights.
Adelaide, Australia. The SAHMRI medical research building. For me this design evoked the futuristic world portrayed in the the movie Gattaca.
New York, USA. I used my widest lens to capture the the graphical lines that define this iconic Bridge.
West Beach, Adelaide, Australia. The drama of contemporary architecture and clouds are offset by the child gazing out through the buildings reflections.
Port Adelaide, Australia. Once a thriving commercial port, many areas have become surburbanised with housing and cafe’s. However many of the old buildings and warehouses still remain.
Shanghai, China. One of the many skyscrapers that now dominate the skyline of this cosmopolitan city. The building seems to disappear into infinity through it’s converging lines and the low cloud cover.
Budapest, Hungary. One of the oldest electrified undergrounds in Europe, the M4 line was upgraded in recent years and now features several stunning architecturally designed stations.
Sydney, Australia. This colourful view of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge was taken during the Vivid Festival which features 100’s of immersive light installations and projections. The shot reveals interesting details such the rivets used in the bridges construction, around 6 million in total.
Adelaide, Australia. Built in the 1920’s this hall previously used for church activities and ballet has been converted to a contemporary home. A slow shutter speed, cloud movement and lighting from the moon created an interesting atmosphere.