While operating a commercial studio in Hollywood I began to acquire architecture clients. I soon found that I enjoyed photographing architecture as much as fashion, glamor, and tabletops. The added benefit was that I was no longer tied to a studio. Instead I could be outside and travel the west coast on client projects. The deciding factor to work full-time at architectural photography was when my agent landed Mitsui-Fudosan, at that time the world's largest land developer. From about 1984 to 1991 I photographed properties from San Diego to San Francisco for Mitsui picking up additional clients along the way.
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