Rory Gardiner

Rory Gardiner

Rory Gardiner creates architectural photographs with a minimalist aesthetic which relate to form and space, framing corners, angles, arcs, light and surface. Rory’s photographs of structures in Hokkaido, Japan have an unexpected beauty and still quality. Intently photographed forms emerge from the winter landscape; structures amalgamated by the snow which envelops the surroundings entirely. In Nineteen Eighty Four, Rory retains this concern with structure and form, but these grey images resonate with a painterly quality. Rory has an innate understanding of architecture, structure and form. He studied at RMIT in Melbourne and lives and works between London, Australia and Japan. He was finalist in the 2012 Sony World Photography Awards, Youth Award; Winner of the 2011 Emerging Photographer Of The Year, amongst others.