Another Angle explores the art, craft, and business of architecture photography. I’m constantly learning new things, and love sharing that knowledge with the photography community.
Here on the blog, I post behind-the-scene insights from my shoots, as well as fresh perspectives on creating powerful images and collaborating successfully with clients. I’m constantly pushing myself, whether I’m doing work for hire or just documenting my travels, so there are always new topics to tackle!
Photography is part art, part science, and part business. Successful photographers have to think just as much about making money as they do about making images. That’s why Another Angle goes beyond technical and creative concerns to help you navigate the business side of photography as well.
In addition to working commercially, I lead workshops for photographers of all levels, teaching basic and advanced architecture photography techniques, post-processing, and important skills for running your photography business. My students and I have a great time together, exploring great architecture in cities like Chicago and Los Angeles while developing our craft. Interested in joining us? You can sign up here to be notified about upcoming workshops.
I’ve learned so much from the photographers who’ve been generous with their time and expertise, and found a real community working with incredible artists and entrepreneurs around the world. It means a lot to me to give back to that community on Another Angle. Thanks for joining me!
I was born in France and went to school for engineering. While studying abroad, I took tons of pictures of my travels — cities, buildings, landscapes — but I was frustrated with the quality of my snapshots. I looked online for some basic tips, and soon found myself beginning a serious study of the technical aspects of photography. And I never stopped!
I fell in love with photography as an artform and with architecture as a subject matter, and I found a craft that resonates with both my analytical and artistic sensibilities. And there’s so much to learn! For me, photography has always been about discovery — uncovering the little details all around us, and embracing the artistic and technical challenges that keep us growing.
In early 2015, after several years spent building my skills and portfolio,I left my job to follow my passion full time. Now I’m working with architects, interiors designers, brands, and anyone else who needs impactful images of buildings and spaces. I’m also creating fine art photographs, and working with art consultants to provide the perfect photos for hotels, offices, and private collections. It’s hard work, but incredibly satisfying.
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Fine Art Prints and Licensing
I also shoot fine art cityscape and architecture images, usually when I am travelling. All my images are available as prints, and can be licensed for any commercial or editorial use. You can view my fine art images in these galleries. Contact me directly for any inquiry.
- The Globe And Mail – “How Women’s College Hospital is transforming care for women’s cancers”
- designboom – “studio libeskind shapes holocaust monument in ottawa as an abstract six-pointed star”
- Archdaily – “Albion Library / Perkins+Will Canada”
- Canadian Facility Management & Design – “CIBC Mellon adds Mississauga office”
- Bisnow – “A Look Inside CIBC Mellon’s New Mississauga Office”
- HIMSS magazine – Humber River Hospital
- Toronto Magazine – 2015 Pan Am Closing Ceremony Fireworks
- Shades of Grey, Issue 3 – interview
- Divisare – “World Trade Center Transportation Hub Oculus. New York”
- Canadian Architect – “Environmental Sciences Building opens at University of Toronto Scarborough”
- Diamond Schmitt Architects – “A new kind of lab opens at University of Toronto”
- UrbanToronto – “Diamond Schmitt Design Captures Imagination—and Earth’s Energy—at UTSC”
- Landscape Photography Magazine, Issue 58 – Mono Lake image “A Forest Among The Stars”
- Stark Magazine, Issue 41 – Aqua image “Swell”
- UrbanToronto – “Abacus Lofts Creates the Unconventional from the Ordinary”
- ArchDaily – “Inside Santiago Calatrava’s WTC Transportation Hub in New York”
- designboom – “first look inside santiago calatrava’s WTC transportation hub in new york”
- CameraPixo, Exploring Landscapes – Mono Lake image “Past & Present”
- Plus One Collection, Volume III – Horseshoe Bend image “Mind-Bending”
- CameraPixo, FINEART Issue 01 – Lyon image “Strain”
- Honorable Mention in the Architecture category for the series “White” – Prix de la Photographie de Paris
- Honorable Mention in the Architecture category for the image “Light Wave” – Prix de la Photographie de Paris
- Honorable Mention in the Architecture category for the image “Flamingo” – Prix de la Photographie de Paris
- Gold Medal in the Landscape category for the series “Empreintes” – Prix de la Photographie de Paris
- 2nd Place in Architecture: Building for the series “Ismaili Centre” – International Photography Awards
- Bronze Award in Built Environment for “Loving You” from the series “Empreintes” – Epson International Pano Awards
- Bronze Award in Built Environment for “Passing Time” from the series “Empreintes” – Epson International Pano Awards
- Bronze Award in Built Environment for “Standing Tall” from the series “Empreintes” – Epson International Pano Awards
- Bronze Award in Built Environment for “Killing Softly” from the series “Empreintes” – Epson International Pano Awards
- Honorable Mention in Architecture: Cityscapes for the series “Empreintes” – International Photography Awards
- Honorable Mention in the Architecture: Buildings category for the series “Four” – International Photography Awards
- Honorable Mention in the Architecture: Other category for the series “Overlap” – International Photography Awards
- Honorable Mention in the Architecture: Interiors category for the series “Round” – International Photography Awards
- Honorable Mention in the Fine Art category for the image “Swell” – Stark Awards