Is an architectural photographer from Sydney, Australia. He studied photography at Sydney Institute
of Technology, and has worked as a freelancer in the field since 2003.
I believe it is essential to connect with the architect’s and designer’s philosophy, whilst also understanding their intention for each project. Shooting in a discerning way, I capture atmosphere of the space by understanding the quality and direction of light and shadow. Using the camera I like to explore a life lived within their buildings, not merely documenting a point in time.
Luke has completed assignments for architects and design agencies which include Urban Future Organisation, Fox Johnston, Couvaras Architects, Rolf Ockert; Architect, Savio Parsons Architects.
Luke Butterly graduated from the Sydney Institute of Technology with a Diploma in Photography in 2003. Luke is an architectural photographer who runs his own
studio in Sydney, Australia. He has actively practised as a professional photographer for over
16 years.Inspired and influenced by photographers such as Walker
Evans, Lewis Baltz, Ron Jude and Paul Graham, Luke has developed a body of personal work that reflects his interest in contemporary photography. Luke’s personal work has been exhibited in the Perth Centre
for Photography, Penrith Regional Gallery, Wedge Gallery Sydney and published in Use This If You Want to Take Great Photographs: A Photo Journal by Henry Carroll.