Andrew Lee's photographs of buildings, interiors and exhibitions document and celebrate the achievements of their architects and designers. With over twenty years of experience in the field, Andrew understands his clients' particular requirements and preferences, and appreciates the ideas and principles that underlie their work.

He is a graduate of The Glasgow School of Art's Fine Art Photography Department.


Commissions are agreed in detail in advance with reference to plans, visualisations, progress shots and, whenever possible, after a site visit. Objectives, opportunities and constraints are discussed, and a definitive shot list is identified before any photographs are taken.

For each photograph, the camera typically remains in place for one to two hours, allowing elements of the scene to be recorded at different times. During post-production, these elements are edited and reassembled to present the viewer with an "extended moment" in the life of the subject.


Andrew Lee is one of very few photographers in the world that uses a medium-format digital view camera on location. The Linhof 679cs technical camera with full movements and large-image-circle Rodenstock and Schneider lenses allow all optical corrections to be done in-camera.

Photographs are captured by a 60MP Phase One IQ160 digital back and assessed on location at full resolution on a tethered MacBook Pro. Lens cast correction and RAW conversion is achieved using Capture One software.


Archial NORR
Architects' Journal
Atkins Global
Balfour Beatty Construction
Brown + Wallace
Cameron Webster
Castle Precision Engineering
Clyde Gateway
Collective Architecture
Creative Cell
Critchon Wood Architects
David Narro Associates
Do Architecture
The Drouth
Elder & Cannon Architects
Graphical House
Gokay Deveci
Harley Haddow
Holmes Miller
Home & Interiors Scotland
Hoskins Architects
Ibstock Brick
JM Architects
The Lighthouse
Michael Grubb Studio
National Museums Scotland
Noah Developments
Olsen Doors & Windows
Page \ Park
Purcell UK
Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Reiach and Hall Architects
Robin Lee Architecture
Rural Design
The Scottish Government
Sheppard Robson
Simon Winstanley Architects
WT Architecture
ZM Architecture
3b Construction