MORLEY VON STERNBERG
 
 
 

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Morley von Sternberg trained, qualified, and began his career as an architect before establishing his name as one of Britain's most respected architectural photographers. He has been commissioned to photograph an extraordinary array of landmark buildings, including Heathrow's Terminal 5 and the Maggie Centre in Hammersmith, West London, both by Rogers, Stirk, Harbour + Partners. He has taken portraits of creators and patrons, including Zaha Hadid, Antony Gormley, Herzog de Meuron, Sir Peter Blake and Lord Foster.

Morley regularly works overseas, and was commissioned by I.M. Pei to photograph the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, and by Sir Michael Hopkins to photograph the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University, and the Chemsitry Faculty at Princeton, and recently returned from a week in Moscow photographing a property portfolio for a Russian Developer including work by John McAslan, and Swanke Hayden Connell

Morley has been commissioned by many of the leading practices and magazines. His credits include work for The Sunday Times and The Independent and FT Magazines, as well as the principle architectural and design press, including the RIBA Journal, Architects Journal and Building Design.

Morley has also been the sole contributor of photographs to a number of books, including Berthold Lubetkin (text by John Allan) and Modern: The Modern Movement in Britain (text by Alan Powers).