Structure, Architectural and Interiors – ChatterArtist January 2010

Andrew Buchanan
I was in Seattle back in November of 2009 and following my panel event I met with some new clients, three of whom were all architectural shooters. So we are featuring them, as well as a couple more of my existing clients that shoot buildings, both inside and out. First up is Andrew Buchanan, “photographing the spaces where we live, work, and play.”

http://www.subtlelightphoto.com

Otto Greule

Then we have Otto Greule, whose passion for ancient and classical architecture melds with his images of new and modern structures.


http://www.ottogreule.com

Juliann Tallino

And don’t think that all Architectural shooters are men, because Juliann Tallino can climb up those skyscrapers with the best of them!

http://www.tallino.com

Jim Tetro

I thought it would be nice to feature not only photographers who shoot the structures, the buildings, but also ones who photograph their contents, starting with Jim Tetro, a client from the Washington, D.C. area.

http://www.jimtetro.com

Michael Grimm

Followed by Michael Grimm, who photographs interiors and resort lifestyle.

http://www.mgrimm.com

George Ross

George Ross is another client who also photographs interiors and has a wonderful ability to enrich and enhance the “details.”

http://www.georgerossphotographs.com

Lee Brauer

And last but not least we have Lee Brauer, based in Richmond, VA, “photographer of humongous man-made objects and the people that make or live in them.” Lee was one of Chatterbox’ very first clients and has one of the best senses of humor!

http://www.leebrauer.com

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