Cornerviews is an ongoing exploration of architectural photography. Inspired by the work of Hilla and Bernd Becher, as well the Seascape work by Hiroshi Sugimoto, this set of photography is built on a consistent view at a variety of buildings.

Instead of exploring unique viewpoints for each structure, this collection focuses on a small, but potentially characteristic portion of it.

One connecting element between them is the precise composition of the photos. The other is the confrontation or consistency of architectural styles from various regions across the world. Each photo can be viewed as an individual piece, or as a part of graphical collages of related structures with shared distinctive, formal qualities. 

Each image was taken at high resolution and can be printed with rich detail up to 60×45”.