︎The International Commission

With Adam Mørk, Doublespace, Mike Kelley and NAARO we talk about the experience of being a photographer working internationally and the differences between architectural photography in Europe and America.


Panel:

Adam Mørk, graduated in 1997 from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, and worked for the next five years as an architect for the renowned Danish architectural firm of Dissing+Weitling. Working from his studio in Copenhagen, he has since 2002 worked worldwide as an architectural photographer. He is both highly regarded and frequently consulted by international architects in Scandinavia, Germany and China for portraying their works.

Doublespace, is a photographic duo composed by Amanda and Younes. Amanda is trained as an architect and worked in the field for a few years, while Younes is a former biologist-turned-landscape-photographer. Their work has helped their clients garner several national and international awards and is regularly featured in architecture and design magazines.

Mike Kelley, Los Angeles based architecture photographer who travels internationally on assignment for major architecture and advertising commissions. His work has been displayed in museums such as the Museum of Design Zurich, MoMA Seoul, and Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki. In 2019 he founded the Architectural Photography Almanac, a resource for architectural photographers around the globe.

NAARO, is the architectural photography studio led by Freya Najade and Marcela Spadaro dedicated to documenting contemporary innovative architecture around the world. Freya, is an award-winning photographer whose strength lies within the documentation of the social and built environments. Marcela, is trained as an architect and worked for over 10 years at the forefront of contemporary architecture with Zaha Hadid Architects, before co-founding NAARO with Freya.