Simon Kennedy’s photographic vision developed in a unique way – years of working as a qualified architect combined with teaching post-graduate architectural studies at The Bartlett School Of Architecture. This experience has given him a unique understanding of architecture, and a highly insightful photographic vision which continues to develop and be informed by his teaching practice at the Bartlett and collaborations with various architects.
More than twenty years of experimentation have informed Simon’s current photographic techniques. Cutting edge equipment is combined with a hybrid workflow which enables him to deliver extremely high resolution digital images of uncompromising quality quickly and cost-effectively.
Simon’s work has been exhibited and published widely, and his recent clients include cultural institutions The BBC, The Pompidou Centre, Westminster Abbey and The Victoria and Albert Museum, larger, established architecture firms including Moxon, Arup Architecture, Hopkins Architects, MacCormac Jamieson Prichard Architects (MJP Architects), SimpsonHaugh Architects, EPR, Sheppard Robson Architects, Haptic Architects, Grimshaw Architects, MICA Architects, LOM Architects, IBI Group, Ptolemy Dean Architects, and smaller practices including Coup de Ville Architects, Aberrant Architecture, Gort Scott, BAT Studio, Edge Architecture, and TRACE Architects.
Simon also provides editorial images, and has experience in technical verified views photography for planning applications.