Nigel aims to explore through architectural photography and interiors photography: spatial relationships, light and shadow, surface texture, pattern and the nature of materials not only to represent the architect's vision, but to interpret the viewer's experience of architecture in the media as this is how, frequently, that critics and the public alike become familiar with these structures.

Originally studying Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, UCL, Nigel went on to exhibit at the Hayward Gallery. His work has gravitated towards the photography of architecture via a postgraduate photography course at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design and has been shown in two exhibitions at The Association of Photographers Gallery, London.

Nigel has collaborated with architects, corporate clients and museum trusts contributing architectural photography and interiors photography on a diverse range of projects from contemporary architectural design to historic buildings.
My photography has been published in magazines and in a major book ‘New London Architecture 2, produced by Merrell publishers.

View pictures, the specialist architecture and interior design picture library, represents Nigel’s stock photography. Please contact View for information regarding library sales.