The Kenwood Collection & Towers | Cincinnati, Ohio

More from Cincinnati, Ohio!! It’s exciting to get back to my birth place and start building some business. Thanks to BHDP for another opportunity to photograph The Kenwood Collection and

Messer Construction HQ | BHDP

It has been a busy end to the summer with plenty of large projects still in the production process. One fresh of the line is my Messer Construction architectural photography portfolio

Crawford Hoying Bridge Park Office | M+A Architects

Bridge Park has been a second home for me the last year plus!  That said, I could literally move into Crawford Hoying’s new office! M+A did a fantastic job with

Columbus Metropolitan Shepard Library | Moody Nolan

Excited to share these images from the Shepard Library project, designed by Moody Nolan. This was a big opportunity for me and I’m blessed that Moody Nolan gave me the

The Ohio State University Mount Hall | M+A Architects

Put the finishing touches on a two phase project for M+A Architects and The Ohio State University. The renovations for the Mount Hall facility turned out amazing and yet another

Riverside Methodist Hospital Gardens | M+A Architects

I seem to be working the drone into more and more projects. I’m not sure there is a better fit then a mid to low angle for landscape design! Crazy

Westminster College Hoyt Hall | BHDP Renovation

Westminster College’s, Hoyt Hall, received some new life and style courtesy of BHDP Architecture.  

Moriroku North America & Brand Integration | M+A Architects

How do you incorporate 350 years of service and history into a facility? No idea, I’m just glad I only had the task of photographing it. The actual design and

Water Street District | Crawford Hoying & Brackett Builders

It’s awesome to see all the development and progress being made around Ohio. Sure, as an architectural photographer, it is good for business, but as a resident, home owner and

Magnanni | Commercial  Photography Columbus Ohio

Glad to see these images turn out so well. That said, the majority who view these images on this post will not be able to appreciate the level of detail