London based Colin Streater has been working as a photographer for the last 20 years, specializing in commercial interiors, architecture and the urban landscape, for advertising agencies, architects, interior designers, design groups and magazines.
Colin's work shooting architecture and interiors has taken him around the world and has afforded him the chance to observe many different cultures. This travel has piqued his interest in the way humans divide and subdivide a limited area.
The importance of the human element in his imagery largely informs his personal work, which examines the way people occupy space within the urban landscape.
This book represents a broad overview of this work and forms an interesting view on how Colin sees this occupation, comparing huge masses of nature with small properties perched on a hill side, a pier isolated in the middle of the sea and large office blocks divided into tiny little boxes.