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Recognised for his quiet, analytical approach, neutral colour palette and incisive black and white work


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Construction of Foster and Partners Millennium Bridge 1998 - 2001

The restoration of Nicholas Hawksmoors Christ Church Spitalfields 2003-4

Kevin Spacey's first season as Artistic director at The Old VicTheatre 2004-5

The restoration of The Connaught Hotel 2005-7

Photographer in residence at Max Fordham LLP 2010-17

Construction of Tate Modern extension 2011-18

Transformation of Ten Trinity Square into London's Four Seasons hotel 2014-18

Alongside his commercial work, Julian photographs and exhibits his personal projects many of which are inspired by the countryside and sea in East Sussex where he lives with his family


Caroline Metcalfe – Director of Photography, Conde Nast Traveller Magazine

I have worked with Julian for over 20 years, firstly commissioning portraits at The Independent Magazine, then publishing his Millennium Bridge project at the Financial Times 'The Business' Magazine and latterly on a range of shoots from portraits, to reportage at The Dorchester to travelogues in London, the UK and overseas. Throughout this period I have never had a time when I wasn't convinced that Julian would deliver a sensitive, thoughtful and provocative body of work. I think his spirit and demeanour pervades his work, it is always creatively considered and with a strong emotional connection to his subjects.

John Rushworth – Pentagram

What I always look for in photographers, over and above their 'eye', is someone who is not only easy to work with, but also adds value, looking for solutions that I might not have seen. Julian has worked with me in this way on a series of projects over the last twenty years, most recently for clients as diverse as Hewlett Packard, the department store Liberty, luxury Neopolitan hotel Romeo and venture capitalists Index Ventures.

Simon Esterson – Esterson Associates

Julian works in the classic way: not simply imposing a style but taking photographs through real observation and reportage.

Malcolm Reading – Chairman, Malcolm Reading Consultants

I first met Julian when we commissioned him to record the construction of the Millennium Bridge, Julian turned this into an extraordinary testimony to the people who designed, built and simply watched the bridge going up. For us it was a perfect match to the social and regenerative objectives of the project. Following this, I asked Julian to photograph the work at Christchurch, Spitalfields, the iconic church designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor. The project restored the church to its original 1725 design, stripping away the Victorian rebuilding. I was very keen to capture the techniques and trades-people who worked on the project as a sort of silent witness to the passage of three centuries of craft and architecture. Julian executed both of these projects superbly, far exceeding the confines of the brief we set him. His relaxed, rather laid-back style masks a pin-sharp, probing approach to his subjects. He also has a great grasp of how two or three years of images will work together as a visual essay at the end of a project. His work is full of human scale. In contrast to many photographers who work in this field, Julian seems fascinated by those who are involved in making new architecture. Most of his photographs have people doing things to buildings - it is the process that seems to inspire him as well as the object, and the recording of projects over time where he excels. He has the stamina to turn up at seemingly tranquil moments on site and find a defining image of critical importance to the sequence of construction.

Guy Nevill – Senior Partner, Max Fordham LLP

Julian Andersons photographs celebrate our art of crafting light, air, sound and space and I love them.


Editorial – Guardian Weekend, Time, Conde Nast Traveller, RA, Sight and Sound, The Art Fund, The Australian Finacial Review, Domus, Icon, Building, Apollo, Hole and Corner, Crafts, Eye, V+A, Christies, Supplement, UCL - Portico, CAM - University of Cambridge, Rakes Progress, Sothebys, Waterfront, Pulp Journal, Wall Street Journal, Globe, Strategy and Business, Werte- Deutsche Bank, Port, Wish - The Australian, Trust - Baillie Gifford, Inque, Royal Ascot, Bentley

Commercial – ESK Cashmere, Index Ventures, Maybourne Hotel Group, Old Vic Theatre, Romeo Hotel - Naples, Reignwood, Max Fordham, Capco, Liberty, Capital Partners, Troubadour, Rocco Forte Hotels, Bertazzoni, Chic Retreats, Fletcher Priest Architects, Fedrigoni, Torch Partners, TTP, Local Globe