Paul Clemence is a visual artist focused on capturing the poetic, intangible side of Architecture. Considered one of the world’s top architectural photographers and an international rockstar of the medium, Clemence is known for his use of light and abstraction to create unforgettable, expressive images of iconic Architecture. He has documented iconic structures all over the world by the likes of Zaha Hadid, Renzo Piano, Bjarke Ingels, Lina Bo Bardi, Luis Barragán, Oscar Niemeyer, Ruy Ohtake, Herzog & de Meuron, Peter Zumthor and many others. He exhibits regularly in the international fine arts circuit, from classic B & W prints to cutting edge large scale photographic urban installation, participating in events such as Fuori Salone in Milan, ArtBasel/DesignMiami , Green Island, India Architecture Dialogue, and the Venice Architecture Biennale. A published author, his volume Mies van der Rohe’s FARNSWORTH HOUSE remains to this day the most complete photo documentation of that iconic modern residential design, and a selection of these photos is part of the Mies van der Rohe Archives housed by MoMa, New York. He is widely published in arts, architecture and lifestyle magazines like Metropolis, Wallpaper, ArchDaily, Architizer, The Design Edit, Dezeen, Designboom, Architects & Artisans, and Everett Potter’s Travel Report. ARCHI-PHOTO, aka “Architecture Photography”, his Facebook photo blog quickly became a photography and architecture community, with over 1.100,000 followers worldwide. An architect by training, Clemence is originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and now lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.