.

 
 

Tim Maloney

Now entering my 25th year of being an architectural photographer I've had the 

pleasure of working with many great people and photographing their amazing projects. Working throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and all around the country has given me access to photograph a variety of styles of architecture. 

 

Since starting to photograph structures in 1994 a lot has changed in the way a capture is made.  Going from film to digital I was able to bring the knowledge of creating an image by using manual equipment, processing film and printing in both color as well as black and white.  Having a critical eye for detail in highlights and depth in shadows is something that can’t be understated in the importance of how a final image is made.  Fast forwarding to today the computer is the darkroom and the programs are the chemicals.  Little things like having detail in light fixtures and seeing views through windows are what makes an image  feel as though you are there.   

 

With experience comes confidence and how it’s very important not to be overwhelmed with your subject or the context for which it sits. Many structures have time restrictions limiting their availability for when they can be photographed. Taking this into account along with asking the right questions, listening to clients, their needs, and how the images are intended to be used is crucial when planning to photograph a structure and having a successful outcome.  

 

Publications / Ads

Publications

                       American libraries

Architectural Record

Architecture

Better Homes and Gardens

California Home & Design

Custom Home

Dwell

ELLE Decor

Home Magazine

LUXE

Marin Magazine

Metropolis

Midwest Living

Sunset Magazine

Trends Ideas

Wine Spectator

Womens Day

 

Small Title

CLIENT LIST

Allsteel

Andersen Windows

bulthaup

Cambria Countertops

Cheng Design

Gaggenau

Harley Ellis Devereaux

James Hardie Siding

Jim Murphy & Associates

KBM-Hogue

 

Knoll International

 

Kelly Moore Paints

Lionakis

Marvin Windows

Nichols Melburg & Rossetto

Price Pfister

Quattrocchi Kwok Architects

SieMatic

Steelcase

 

Studio Becker

 

Sub-Zero Wolf

Target

Thermador

Turner Construction

Vent-A-Hood

Weather Shield Windows

Zephyr Hoods

 

CONTACT

 

Office: 707-528-1725 Mobile; 707-280-2543

©2019 by Technical Imagery Studios.