(From my Behance Portfolio which i am in the process of deleting) Project for CZWG Architects Llp. Website / CV/Profile Photographs The brief for this project was to create a set of portraits that matched the style that the company’s original photographer, the wonderful Janie Airey, had set for the company’s image. Since she was last employed to do so, there were both new arrivals who needed to be photographed and people who were keen to have their photograph updated. I am quite pleased with the results, from the portrait point of view, as they are a good reflection of the person behind the image. The light, though, was inconsistent as it was all natural light dependant. Giorgos, Greek Architect Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Vivianna, Italian Senior Architect Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Carol, Irish Architectural Technician Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Carol, Irish Architectural Technician Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Alex, Bulgarian Architectural Technician Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Marilia, Brazilian Architect-to-be Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Siobhan, English Architect-to-be Photograph by Cristina Lanz Azcarate Yasmine, Iranian Architect to be Photograph …
Opening night, Oct 3rd 2013 (LINK)
Opening night, September 13th 2012 (LINK)
Opening night, July 31st 2012 (LINK) Interview with Alex Schramm(LINK)
Every year, the Society of Architectural Illustration holds an exhibition to showcase the works of members. In 2012, Anise’s Director Joe Robson was on the board and offered to host. I was asked by the gallery to photograph the evening and these are some of the images it took. (Gallery’s own link here)
This was the launch of Anise Gallery and first solo exhibition by the artist Tess Greig 8th of March 2012. I was asked by the gallery to photograph the evening and these are some of the images it took. (Gallery’s own link here)
Only a couple of weeks ago we attended a wedding at the isle, and i must say that we had a lovely time… The isle is lovely, landscape amazing and food very tasty. The wedding lunch was at the most gorgeous little place… The apple tree cafe in Freshwater (isle of Wight)… All so bucolic… and such a nice lifestyle business model: cafe, plant nursery, fresh produce shop… They have an orchard, gardens, a nursery, a shop a cafe… You can easily spend the day there looking around and enjoying a lovely company. Another brilliant place we found was the b&b we stayed in. Casati house at Ryde: a b&b with club membership to host parties. The owner, a former jeweller and avid antique lover uses the gorgeous Edwardian house to display vintage clothing and accessories, some of which you can also purchase. What a great find, and champagne is part of the breakfast!