In this book you will find some of my favorite architectural photographs. These photos are not organized by project chronologically, but are intermingled from various photo assignments taken over the years and laid out according to the idea that architecture is the result of basic human desires to live, work, play, and stay.
I have always appreciated architecture. In fact, it is my third love following photography and graphic design. I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to dabble a bit with architecture when designing and building both my studio and my home. Both were labors of love.
I have been taking architectural photographs since the beginning of my career. It is an integral part of my business allowing me to work with a diverse group of clients, including architects, interior designers, premier residential builders, major construction firms, developers, residential brokers, realty companies and real estate owners.
I have travelled extensively across the country to do architectural photography. It is always awe-inspiring to be in the right place at the right time, when the light is so beautiful and in perfect harmony by nature. The result is exquisite photos that never fail to please the client.
A native of Switzerland, John Bernhard traveled North America extensively before settling in Houston, Texas. For more three decades he has chosen the medium of photography to explore the everyday world from new perspectives, breaking away into different pathways of artistic expression. He continues to devote all his energy taking photographs and bringing them together to enhance their meaning with visual interplay. His work has been published in numerous books and magazines and he has had many collective and one person exhibitions throughout the U.S. and Europe. Bernhard resides in Houston where he has designed and built his studio and an art gallery.
30YearsBernhard Published March 26, 2014
AMERICA'S CALL JOURNAL Published March 03, 2013
Blue Marble Published March 30, 2012
INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Published July 21, 2009
KNIGHT INLET Published July 08, 2009