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Jeremy Segal

Jeremy Segal

Kamakura, JP

 

About 

I am a Canadian photographer currently living and working in both Japan and Vancouver. My portfolio covers architectural and fine art landscape photography.

Buildings have always interested me from an early age. My father is an architect and urban planner for the City of Vancouver, one of the most architecturally diverse cities in North America, and growing up surrounded by set-squares and drafting tables, his appreciation of design was passed on to me. We spend most of our lives in and around architecture and urban environments, and yet rarely do we stop to appreciate the structures or elements of their design.

Architecture offers a variety of photographic opportunities, from a group of buildings in their urban environment, to an individual building, to the smaller elements of design – entries, windows, columns etc. – or simply the way humans interact with the structure. There is an unending variety of shapes, colours and textures to be seen. The building’s design is an expression of the architect. By showcasing their efforts with my photography I hope to not only gain the architect wider exposure, but as well bring an appreciation of building design as an art to the public.

You can find my work at http://www.jsegalphoto.com 

Elsewhere:

Jeremy's Design Blog on Archinect:

Modern Architectural Photography : Musings Photographic

A place to inform, discuss and display current architectural photography and to connect with lovers of digital photography and design. Showcase architects and their work through the display of skilfully crafted, beautifully artistic photography. Discuss and exchange ideas on photographic trends and techniques as they pertain to the architectural industry.

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Employment 

Self Employed - Freelance Photographer, Kamakura, JP, Photographer

Jan 2010 - current
 

Education 

Capilano University, Vancouver, BC, CA, Movie and Stage Craft - Grip

Sep 2006 - Sep 2007
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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