Extension to a period property in South West London for property developer/architect clients
2 Willow Road, Hampstead, North London
The home of Erno Goldfinger, the innovative, modernist architect who was influenced by Le Corbusier. He created a number of designs, including the Trellick and Balfron Towers in London. A controversial figure, both for his design aesthetic and his political views, the terrace at Willow Road so incensed Ian Fleming that he named Auric Goldfinger, the villain in the Bond novels, after the architect. I shot this way back in the mid 90's and have only just rediscovered some of the original transparencies.
An architects redesign of a 1926 bungalow on a very challenging site in Hastings Old Town, published in Grand Design, May 2022
"I have to say Bruce, that your photography is second to none, you captured our vision of the house rather than your own, which is truthful and a rare skill" House 64H
A feature on a beautifully restored house in Hastings Old Town. Published in Brocante Living, Belgium.
The Lookout, Rye, East Sussex
Renovation and rebranding of a hotel in the historic town of Rye.
The home of Béatrice Ancillon and John Alfredo Harris, as featured in The Observer Magazine
The home of a collector and dealer and her cabinet maker husband is filled with significant pieces of art and design.
Back again for a further shoot at The Falstaff in Canterbury. They will be welcoming returning guests very soon!
Shooting for a commercial client with property in Central London. In a working environment, we had to observe all precautions and work within Covid guidelines. Styling and propping while maintaining social distancing and using remote viewing for the client to safely observe the shoot in progress.
The Zanzibar, St Leonards on Sea
The Falstaff in Canterbury