About - Nathan Spencer

My current work involves photographing architectural interior and exterior images for marketing and future project submissions. I also photograph construction events, including PR events such as groundbreaking and topping-out ceremonies, along with documenting annual supply chain conferences. I've worked closely with developers and architects from the start of a construction project to its completion to produce architectural documentary photography. 

These projects have included a 2 year commission by Ballymore Group and Hines UK to document the process of construction on-site at Two Snowhill by Balfour Beatty. A 14-storey building that provides more than 300,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation, now home to the High Speed 2 offices. I have also been commissioned to photograph social history projects which aim to capture the historic importance of a site before its development. These projects have included a commission by the Bransford Trust, in association with Worcester University to document The Royal Porcelain Works. My proposal was to capture the social history of the factory after its 258 years in operation, while also documenting the process of transformation into a thriving new arts quarter in the centre of Worcester.

I have recently relocated back to the midlands after working for a number of years in architectural illustration as the Director of Photography for AVR London. Working alongside a collective of artists, architects and researchers. Producing convincing and captivating photo-montages, verified images, interiors, masterplanning, timelapse or stylised portrayals of schemes at competition, planning, and marketing stages. 

My passion is in architectural design and how this influences the form and function of a building. The way people interact within and around architectural spaces and the shapes and forms that make up a buildings structure. The key aspects of design that I look for when photographing a development or finished build are the use of space and light, and how these can be captured to show architecture creating a better quality of life.

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