Charles Davis Smith AIA | Photographer



 

 

Bio:

Charles Davis Smith has been providing photography services to Architects, and other design professionals for nearly 20 years.  During this time, his projects have received numerous local, state and national awards for many of his clients. His projects have appeared in numerous publications such as; Architectural Digest, Architecture, Southern Living, Builder Magazine, Texas Architect.

The education and training he received an architect is a true asset and he has the ability to capture the spirit of virtually every design imaginable. Light, shade and shadows are an integral part of architecture and these elements can be seen throughout his work.

Although he is a self taught photographer, originally in large format film, Charles continues to advance in the use of digital capture and processing without compromising the integrity of the the image.

Charles received Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture from Texas A & M University with a specialization in Design and Historic Preservation. He is a registered architect in the State of Texas, a member of The American Institute of Architects, and The American Society of Media Photographers. He has had more than fifteen years experience as an architect and has designed a wide range of projects such as large residences, institutional and educational facilities.

 

 

 

 

About this site:

This site includes hundreds of images for dozens of projects in a wide variety of categories. Some date back to the early 90's.

The purpose for this site is primarily for the marketing of my services. Prospective Clients viewing this site will get a broad sampling of images for each project not just a couple of selected 'eye catching shots'. This approach allows the viewer to see how I have documented each project, the context of the site and the various times of day that I had at my disposal.

The site is constantly being updated with new and old projects, if you are interested in seeing a specific project of more of a specific project type please let me know.

Your comments are appreciated.

Charles