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The Macallan | Architecture Today Awards
'Timothy Soar has an unerring eye. His photographs speak with more eloquence than any words can summon.'
Norman Foster
V&A Cromwell Road | Sam Jacob Studio
'Something special happens when Tim takes photos of architecture, he manages to capture a kind of actual experience of a place: A sense of space and light that feels direct and immediate. There are a lot of photographs of architecture but Tim’s photography is itself architectural.'  
Sam Jacob
Bleeding Heart Yard | Amin Taha GROUPWORK
'I think it took only one building and around an hour of discussing three or four viewpoints for me to understand and relax into Tim’s extraordinary experience and level of expertise'.
Amin Taha, Groupwork
Architecture Today Award winner | The Standard
1 Newman Street | Orms
Tim is a master craftsman. The photographs he makes are stunning, perfectly capturing texture, shadow, form, and detail. As a trusted collaborator he has photographed all our recent award-winning projects.
John McRae - Orms
Park Hill | Architecture Today Awards
Timothy Soar’s photographs really ‘see’ the building. Architecture needs this kind of interpretive photography which searches out special qualities.
Sir Richard MacCormac
8 Bishopsgate | In Opera group
 Tim’s work – not just his photographs, but his eye, his judgement, his passion for the subject - have been fundamental to my evolution as an editor, a critic, and a commissioner of buildings.
Isabel Allen
150 Holborn | Perkins Will
“Timothy Soar’s images discover and emphasise new and unexpected possibilities.”
Sir Michael Hopkins
Baku, Azerbaijan | KKS Chapman Taylor
After working with Tim for over 25 years now, he brings a sophisticated elegance to his work – I know I am in safe hands with the master. He sees what I see, but so much more.
Katrina Kostic Samen
YY Building | BGY Architects
“Solid form coexisting with total transparency has been brilliantly captured by Timothy Soar’s photographs”
Sir Denys Lasdun
Classen 16, Oklahoma | Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
One Portwall | AHMM
“Tim Soar is a critic and friend whose photographic insights into the work of AHMM continue to explain, elucidate and, most importantly for me, capture the spirit of a place where architecture is brought to life”
Simon Allford
The Hub | Morrow & Lorraine
Waterfield | Andy Puncher
"There is a rare honesty to his photography, something special which has become fundamental for us; to reflect on, to challenge and to influence our architectural process.”
Andy Puncher
Snape Maltings | Penoyre & Prasad
23 years after its design and construction Tim captured, with a rare eye, the essence of our contribution to the evolution of the buildings of the Maltings.
Sunand Prasad
Trinity College, Cambridge | 5th Studio
Tim's carefully framed and composed images bring calm and rigour to the hurly burley that goes with bringing a project to a conclusion, presenting it as a moment of reflection: a piece of work to compare to our original intentions.”
Tom Holbrook, 5th Studio
The Pavilion | RDA Architects
'An extraordinary British architectural photographer, a superior artist, his work involves skill and understanding and care, I adore its sensibility.'  
Robert Venturi
The Macallan | Architecture Today Awards
'Timothy Soar has an unerring eye. His photographs speak with more eloquence than any words can summon.'
Norman Foster
V&A Cromwell Road | Sam Jacob Studio
'Something special happens when Tim takes photos of architecture, he manages to capture a kind of actual experience of a place: A sense of space and light that feels direct and immediate. There are a lot of photographs of architecture but Tim’s photography is itself architectural.'  
Sam Jacob
Bleeding Heart Yard | Amin Taha GROUPWORK
'I think it took only one building and around an hour of discussing three or four viewpoints for me to understand and relax into Tim’s extraordinary experience and level of expertise'.
Amin Taha, Groupwork
Architecture Today Award winner | The Standard
1 Newman Street | Orms
Tim is a master craftsman. The photographs he makes are stunning, perfectly capturing texture, shadow, form, and detail. As a trusted collaborator he has photographed all our recent award-winning projects.
John McRae - Orms
Park Hill | Architecture Today Awards
Timothy Soar’s photographs really ‘see’ the building. Architecture needs this kind of interpretive photography which searches out special qualities.
Sir Richard MacCormac
8 Bishopsgate | In Opera group
 Tim’s work – not just his photographs, but his eye, his judgement, his passion for the subject - have been fundamental to my evolution as an editor, a critic, and a commissioner of buildings.
Isabel Allen
150 Holborn | Perkins Will
“Timothy Soar’s images discover and emphasise new and unexpected possibilities.”
Sir Michael Hopkins
Baku, Azerbaijan | KKS Chapman Taylor
After working with Tim for over 25 years now, he brings a sophisticated elegance to his work – I know I am in safe hands with the master. He sees what I see, but so much more.
Katrina Kostic Samen
YY Building | BGY Architects
“Solid form coexisting with total transparency has been brilliantly captured by Timothy Soar’s photographs”
Sir Denys Lasdun
Classen 16, Oklahoma | Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
One Portwall | AHMM
“Tim Soar is a critic and friend whose photographic insights into the work of AHMM continue to explain, elucidate and, most importantly for me, capture the spirit of a place where architecture is brought to life”
Simon Allford
The Hub | Morrow & Lorraine
Waterfield | Andy Puncher
"There is a rare honesty to his photography, something special which has become fundamental for us; to reflect on, to challenge and to influence our architectural process.”
Andy Puncher
Snape Maltings | Penoyre & Prasad
23 years after its design and construction Tim captured, with a rare eye, the essence of our contribution to the evolution of the buildings of the Maltings.
Sunand Prasad
Trinity College, Cambridge | 5th Studio
Tim's carefully framed and composed images bring calm and rigour to the hurly burley that goes with bringing a project to a conclusion, presenting it as a moment of reflection: a piece of work to compare to our original intentions.”
Tom Holbrook, 5th Studio
The Pavilion | RDA Architects
'An extraordinary British architectural photographer, a superior artist, his work involves skill and understanding and care, I adore its sensibility.'  
Robert Venturi
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