Graham Gaunt is a practising architectural photographer and creative film maker 
with work spanning well over thirty years, he has been published internationally, and has contributed to exhibitions, libraries, architects journals, books, and annual reports. He has a wide knowledge of design & construction. He is often left to his own devices when documenting projects. His work covers interior and exterior as well as the built environment, working for both large and small practices documenting whole buildings down to the smallest detail. Graham is a fully qualified CAA PFCO Drone operator.
I am available for work anywhere in the UK and will travel further afield. please use the contact me to get in touch.

Time-lapse film works from Penwith nights: “Dark Nights” Cornwall film festival, Newquay cinema.  Nov 2012
Dark Nights won the 'directors choice' award at the Cornwall Film Festival awards ceremony on Sunday 11th Nov 2012. The film was screened at the Lighthouse Cinema in Newquay as part of the 3 day annual event, now in its 10th year.
Filmed on location in Cornwall and Scilly, Dark Nights, captures cinematic images of arrestingly clear night skies over West Penwith and Scilly. Of the 450 entries received festival director Tiffany Holmes commented 'Graham's film really stood out and captures the true spirit of the festival.
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