About the artworkInagawa AM PM is an interpretive series of images shot at a cemetery designed by David Chipperfield architects in rural Japan. The space has a powerful presence and the changing moods between light and dark an appropriate metaphor for the buildings central purpose, to provide a calm dignified space to meditate on life, death and what comes after. Without doubt one of the most powerful spaces I’ve visited.
Edmund is a highly regarded London based architectural photographer who has been collaborating with leading architects, publishers, editors and curators globally since 1998. Edmund shoots for architects Interior designers , design agencies developers contractors and engineers
In addition to his domestic photography, Edmund travels far and wide, equally comfortable working with emerging talent and mega studios globally. He is often to be found shooting in India, Japan, Mexico, the Middle East and the USA
Publications include: Architecture of Eden (Transworld 2004), New Architecture in Japan (Merrell, 2010), Architecture of the Olympics (Wiley, 2012) and Indian House (Thames and Hudson 2020). Recent clients Include: Tadao Ando, RSHP, RIBA, Burberry and the National Government of Kuwait.