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Neil Perry

Neil Perry



Neil Perry is a London based architectural photographer specialising in photographing buildings, spaces and structures of all uses. Neil aims to use photography to illustrate the key design principles of architectural projects. He has worked with a variety of clients and has a particular interest in working with young and innovative architect practices. Neil has seen his work published in various trade and marketing publications. Although based in London, Neil is available for work worldwide.

When not working on a commission, Neil spends his time carrying out his own personal projects. He is about to self-publish his first book – a photographic series based on the architectural successes of London’s brutalist Barbican Estate.


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  • Comment on: The AJ is taking a long, hard look at the state of British house-building

    Neil Perry's comment 15 January, 2015 9:56 am

    This is going to be a very interesting read throughout 2015! The state of housing in London, especially east along the Thames from Wapping, angers me.

  • Comment on: Liverpool FC unveils Anfield Stadium expansion plans

    Neil Perry's comment 25 April, 2014 8:31 am

    Forgive my ignorance but, being from London, I don't know the area that well - will the newly-released plans involve compulsory purchasing of residential land? What of those residents?

  • Comment on: Brutalism is back

    Neil Perry's comment 3 October, 2013 8:57 am

    I'm glad that a building such as Preston Bus Station has been protected, even though the people of the city don't really want it as their bus station. But therein lies the biggest battle ahead, for me anyway: how do you protect it from becoming a poor commercial entity in the future? Investment is attractive but if the building is to move away from being a transport hub, it's commercial future needs to be considered seriously.

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