Andy Marshall Architectural and interiors photography

Thanks and credits at the bottom of this page

"...I have to say that he ended up producing these mind blowing pictures of the house and so we were really privileged to be in amongst the best of the best." -Sarah Beeny in Digital Photographer Enthusiast

Harold Samuel Prize Winner 2003 (Genius Loci in Architecture)

BE2 Awards winner 2011 (Photography in Social Media)

Independent Newspaper Voices of the Year 2011 (Architecture)

Houzz Design Award Winner 2016 (Interiors Photography)

Houzz Design Award Winner 2017 (Interiors Photography)

Best viewed in landscape


The Propylaeum, Chester
Saint Paul's Cathedral, London
Bach Pavilion, Zaha Hadid
The Iron Bridge at Ironbridge
Stowe House, Buckinghamshire
Hampton Court Palace
Nottingham Trent University Student's Union
Etihad Stadium
Hexham Abbey, Northumberland
Sarah Beeny's Rise Hall


Elliot's Bar, Edinburgh
Yorkshire Dales

Heritage and Regeneration

AP Magazine Tear Sheet

Photographing the Sutherland Tapestry at Coventry Cathedral


Millennium Bridge, London
London is one of the most engaging and dynamic places to work in for an architectural photographer. It's a home from home.

Often I've returned home feeling engorged, after spending prolonged days wrestling with the light through my viewfinder - a sort of photo-serotonin effect.

I've been imbibed and infected by its generosity - positively aglow; baptised with the splendour of it, unable to stop chattering - all because I have been mindful of it.

Simply by being present within its naked glare and creating facsimiles of its interaction with our world, it has altered the colour of my mind.


Instagram is my daily photographic meditation - full of the informal architectural minutiae that I pick up from my travels


Twitter helps me stay connected, feel grounded, articulate my work and engage with like minded people


Facebook is where I add extra depth - more visual delight - take the conversation to the next level

At Work

Andy Marshall, BA (Hons) Lit Hist; Post Grad Dip (Hist Build Cons)

With warm thanks to 3A Composites, Acanthus Clews Architects, Alan Gardner Associates, Annabelle Tugby Architects, Argent, Artorius Faber, Assura, Avoncroft Museum, Barratt Developments, Boyes Rees Architects, theCAVE architecture + design, The Churches Conservation Trust, Donald Insall Architects, Ear To The Ground UK, English Heritage, Fiona Watkins Design, Fritz Fryer Lighting, The Georgian Group, Grosvenor Construction, Hexham Abbey, The Landscape Trust, Laurus Homes, Max Henderson Homes, MCA Consulting Engineers, Niven Architects, Peterborough Cathedral, PRP Architects, Purcell, Ramboll UK, Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council, Saint-Gobain, Sarah Beeny, ShortFlatt Tower Luxury Venue, Space Project, Spiral Cellars, Steni Group, Stowe House and School, Sweet Marketing, Swiss Gardens Old Warden, Tangerine PR, Tricia Cunningham Interiors,World Monuments Fund Britain, Yiangou Architects, Yorkshire Studios.

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