Exhibition / Installation Photography
I have over 10 years experience working with gallerists, curators, and artists to photograph and document exhibitions and pride myself on strong working relationships, exacting standards in the understanding and documentation of work, and the development of a visual aesthetic that shows both artworks and exhibition spaces at their best.
If you are interested in discussing a project please get in touch, I am always happy to talk.
Studio Documentation / Artwork Photography
A specialist service for the production of high-resolution, archival quality reproductions of artworks.
For the majority of artists it is impractical for their work to be shipped off-site to be photographed, with this in mind I have developed a portable studio setup that allows me to visit to your studio and photograph your artworks in-situ while maintaining a controlled lighting environment to give consistent exposure and colour balance across the images.
A documentation session is very much a collaborative process and this is reflected in how I like to work; all images are captured straight to a laptop so that they can be immediately reviewed together and any adjustments made in real-time with the artwork in front of us as reference. This can range from adjusting the overall colour balance and exposure of the image as a whole right down to isolating and adjusting to specific hues or textures to ensure the most faithful representation of the work as possible. Further post-production work is then performed from my studio and the finished images are supplied in both high-resolution and web-ready formats.
To view some examples of performance documentation please click here.
Workflow & Colour Management
Whatever I am working on colour accuracy is at the heart of what I do. For the majority of work this means getting accurate colour on-screen, however for print work I can also offer end-to-end colour management and profiling, and am happy to work with designers and printers to produce high-resolution print-ready files to ensure the best possible printed output.