I started doing architecture photography in 1993.
I was living in the Netherlands when I was 18 and started going to architecture schools.
I had never done a project before, and I wanted to make it into a career.
I did a couple of projects with my parents in Europe and in Australia, and then in the US I took an opportunity in 2008 to do my first project.
I ended up doing six years of that in Amsterdam, and over the years I’ve worked with a lot of architects.
I’ve done a lot in France and Germany, in Spain, and in Italy.
I’m still really lucky to be working with some of my favourite architects and people like that.
You have to do a lot to make a career out of it, and for me, it’s been a real passion, I guess.
I do think it’s the right career for me.
I feel really privileged to have the opportunity to work in this space.
What do you think about architecture photography?
I think it is a really good medium for documenting a place, and there’s a lot going on there.
I think there’s something very important about being in this place, the way you can look at a building, you can see the details of the design, and it’s just fascinating.
The people that I’m working with, the people that do it, they’re all very talented.
I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in photography.
What are some of your favourite buildings and landscapes you’ve worked on?
I’ve always loved architecture, and if I had to pick a favourite, I’d say I love the city of Barcelona.
I grew up in Barcelona, and when I moved to New York I wanted a home there, so I decided to go to architecture school.
I got into architecture because I liked architecture, but I also really enjoyed working in architecture.
I still do.
When I’m looking at a place that I think I like a lot, I’ll go to it for hours and hours and get a sense of the building, and see how it’s arranged, because that’s what you do in architecture, is you make sense of everything.
I guess the biggest building in my life was the Basilica of Santa Cruz.
It was like a temple, and that’s why I love it.
It’s really lovely.
Where do you want to be living in ten years?
I really want to stay in New York, and do something with architecture, because I really love the architecture.
What’s next for you?
I’m planning on working with a couple architects in the next year or so, and have done a couple projects that I hope to put on the market.
If you want a building for your home or apartment, I think that’s the best place to start.
I also do a little design work, which I really enjoy doing, and this summer I have a couple ideas for my next project.
But I don’t want to make any promises.
I just want to continue to make great work, and keep going.
How do you manage to take care of yourself when working with architects?
I work with some really great people in the architecture world, and the architecture I work on is very special to me.
You can’t really make any big plans, because you just have to keep going and working.
The only thing I do really carefully is when I’m walking around, because if I’m going to work I want to have a great time and be doing something I enjoy.
I can’t go out in public, so you have to be careful.
What does it mean to you to work with a professional in the art of architecture?
I love working with someone like this.
I love being surrounded by the best of the best, and being able to really do a really interesting project with them.
What is the most challenging thing about working with an architect in New Zealand?
Well, the most difficult thing is being able as an apprentice to do that work, because it’s not always the same thing for every apprentice.
It might be different for someone who’s worked in architecture for years and years, and worked with the same people for many years.
The most challenging part is to not just do a good job, but also to give the client a good project.
When you’re working with people like this, you’re always in the moment and you’re not just working on a project, but you’re also working on their life, and you can’t forget that.
What makes an architect so special?
Well I’m a very intuitive person, so if you put me in front of a wall, I can see it right away.
It can look a bit abstract, but if I see the exact same idea as the client, I see it immediately.
And it’s because I work really well in the visual language, and because I’m so good at making the drawings. I don