Architectural & interiors photographer

Based in London and with over a decade's experience, Tom has worked with a wide range of clients within the building and housing sector.  These include top interior designers, architects, prime real estate developers, global estate agents, together with building firms and stone masons to name a few. Whether he's shooting museums, multi-million pound homes or industrial warehouses, Tom puts great importance on a close working relationship with clients. Fine attention to detail, lighting, colour and composition are key to his images and their success. 



"We have been using Tom St Aubyn for our property photographs for over 3 years. He is extremely professional and friendly with all of our clients and always manages to present brilliant results where other photographers may have failed. He has photographed a whole range of our properties, from one bedroom apartments to our largest and most prestigious town houses. We would happily recommend his services to others". 

Knight Frank, Mayfair. 


“Tom undertakes our architectural photography, which as a construction company, is extremely important to us. He produces fantastic images, many of which have to be taken under difficult construction site circumstances. Not only are his images top quality, but he is invariably able to turn them around for us quickly and work to our often-tight deadlines. Tom is a pleasure to work with and I cannot recommend him highly enough”.

Tamsin Pickeral, Business Development Manager, Szerelmey


"Tom St. Aubyn has taken beautiful photographs of our properties for the last 5 years.  He is highly professional with an excellent eye for framing the best shot, and we trust him to produce the highest quality photographs for our discerning clients".

John D Wood.  


"Tom has taken some incredible photographs for us. They are far superior to those of his competitors. We wouldn't hesitate recommending his services to anyone". 



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