Architecture - NOMINEE: tony mcateer
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Both thrilling and frightening, massive growth of cities is one of the global features of our time. These photographs look at striking city developments in regions that have been at the forefront of this growth.
The photographs include brand new skylines, extensive landscaping, ambitious infrastructure, sprawling housing and extravagant architecture.
Life Framer Series Award 2017, Finalist
Life Framer Urban Life Photography Award 2017, Shortlisted
ND Awards 2016, Architectural Photographer of the Year
ND Awards 2016, Honorable Mention, Cityscapes
IPA (Int'nl photo awards) 2016, Honorable Mention, Architecture
IPA 2016, Honorable Mention, Fine Art
Moscow International Fotography Awards 2016, Finalist, Architecture Category
Moscow International Fotography Awards 2016, Finalist, Abstract Category
London Photography Festival 2016, Finalist, Abstract Photography Award
Selected recent exhibitions & publications:
LensCulture; online photography magazine, Editors Pick - China (flat-pack 2)
Royal Photographic Society, Urban Photo Festival, Greenwich Gallery, London
London Photography Festival, The Crypt, London
Rattle, Journal of Art and Writing, issue v. - Scattered Signals
Manifest Gallery, Vista; Landscape in Contemporary Art, Cincinnati
Scopio Network & Research Group, online exhibtion - Large Sites
Both thrilling and frightening, massive growth of cities is one of the global features of our time. Working as an architectural photographer since 2000, I've become engrossed by urbanism - its structures, narratives and transformations.
For my commercial work I have photographed many high profile construction projects around the world. These include:
1 World Trade Centre, NY / The National Museum of Qatar, Doha / BBC Broadcasting House, London / BBC Media City, Manchester / Hoglands, Grade 1 listed restoration of Henry Moores former home & etching studio.
Fine Art, National College of Art & Design, Dublin, 1997.
Masters, Fine Art & Visual Culture, Bath Spa University College, 1999.
Born Belfast 1973.
Living in Bath, UK.