Have camera. Will travel.
The best photography requires effort.
For years, Giles has packed up a camera and headed off for a photostroll — by car, on foot, even in a canoe. (And that’s a real camera, too, not a cell phone.) He’s traveled up and down the US East Coast, to England, and as far west as Texas, all with camera in-hand, in search of architecture and landscapes that would look great hanging on a wall . . . or used on a book cover.
Constructing the most detailed imagery
Examined from someone who always aspired to be an architect (but who is too much an artist and not enough of an engineer, frankly), Giles’ first photographic love is architecture, architectural details, and detailed shots of buildings in meadows, forests, towns, and cities. From his current home in Georgia to locales all over the Eastern United States — and a few in England — he’s enjoyed few things more than exploring with camera in-hand, so all can share the passion. Museum-quality prints are available for your enjoyment or gift-giving pleasure.
Mountaintop to seaside
From the coasts of Maine and Florida to the peaks of the Blue Ridge, the Eastern United States has been a photographic playground for more than fifteen years. Whether the texture of tree bark, fields of flowers, mountain paths, or a beach paradise, Giles has specialized in the details that make up the whole. Again, museum-quality prints are available for your enjoyment or gift-giving pleasure.
Bespoke imagery for your project
Whether a specific location, object, or even personality, projects sometimes require individualized photography. Giles excels at joining custom imagery with book design, graphic design, or promotional materials. Take your project to the next level with customization.
A few of my favorite photographs from 2021 are posted below, or to enjoy some virtual travel, explore photographs posted in the media gallery. All are available for purchase as museum-quality prints, with optional matting and frames.
Note: The galleries are updated and expanded regularly. Notices are posted to Foreword.