Do you want your photography to provide a real return on investment?
I don’t just shoot pretty pictures; I work with property developers, architects and construction companies to help them put more in their pocket at the end of a job.
Whether it’s asking for a higher selling price or proving work has been done on time, photography is a great way to achieve this.
In the Instagram age, your business need images to make people stop and think, instead of scrolling past.
Working with companies such as The Ivy, Costa Coffee and The Four Seasons. I’ve been able to produce thumb stopping interior photography which has been proven to increase engagement and produce results.
“As a company, we pride ourselves on the quality of our photography and we are extremely happy to say we have found a fantastic photographer in Jak Spedding.”
Make sure your photographer does them justice.
Architecture photography needs to speak for itself. And to achieve that, you need to choose a photographer that brings to the table experience, talent and creativity (not to mention a painstaking eye for detail).
Stunning architectural photography can elevate you to the next level, attract the right customers and translate to sales.
Choose the right architecture photographer to help you achieve your goals.
Aerial photography and video are powerful tools to supercharge marketing strategy within the construction, architecture, commercial and residential property industries.
With a decade’s experience in architecture photography, we can offer you professional drone photography and video services, providing breathtaking content which offers perspective and scale to a development.
Unique properties deserve to be showcased from every angle – so make sure you choose a fully licensed company with the right credentials to execute your project to the highest standard.
Hi, I’m Jak. I’m a photographer based in Manchester, UK who specialises in photographing interiors and architecture.
I grew up in Lancashire, where I developed a deep appreciation for the built environment, spending much of my work experience working for local architecture practices. Had it not been for A-level physics rearing its ugly head, I would probably have been sitting in an architecture practice right now.
Architecture’s loss was photography’s gain and after college, I spent some time travelling in China, where I fell in love with the medium of photography and the stories it allowed me to portray. I’ve been photographing buildings ever since.
Manchester Art Gallery
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