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The Factory London Ontario: The Indoor Adventure Park that was Kelloggs

I know a number of people that are wildly excited about everything The Factory London Ontario is bringing about to 100 Kellogg lane. I am one of them. I’m especially excited to shoot and share architectural photos of both the interior and exterior for Matter Architectural Studio Inc. First, I’d like to share 5 photos of […]


No Gimmicks. No Filters. No Travel. Just Grind and Intent.

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about my photography. It’s probably due to the time of year (and there will probably be more posts like this). But, it’s thinking more about the work over the years to build my architectural photography business. I’ve noticed something about it all and I am quite amazed by […]


Impact of Removing Cables from Architectural Photography

One big challenge found in architectural photography comes in the form of cables or hydro lines distracting from the project. Removing cables from architectural photography can have a great impact while still maintaining the integrity of the architecture. In this short post, I want to show you a recent photo of LIFT, a project here […]

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Real Time: Photography of this kitchen pushed me out of my comfort zone

  Photography of this kitchen pushed me out of my comfort zone Interior photography of kitchen design by peridot interior design three portrait orientated photos stitched together to showcase full view It’s not always possible to accommodate a last minute request for a photography shoot. It was around 10 pm and the shoot would be for […]


What Went Down in Quarter 2 at Scott Webb Photography

Every so often I enjoy sharing what’s been happening with my photography. The quarterly time period works out really well for me.  In this post, I am going share what’s new and the metrics around Scott Webb Photography. What happened with Q1? In Q1, it appears I only shared the metrics associated with Pineapple Supply Co […]