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For many of New York City's leading builders, architects and institutions, Max is their go-to photographer for their latest project.

Max is an interior and architectural photographer specializing in press, portfolio and editorial work. His projects vary from quick-turnaround editorial assignments to all-hands-on-deck architectural projects of new and historic buildings. His ability to turn a client’s idea into compelling imagery every time has defined his reputation. 

Max's work has covered thousands of spaces in Manhattan and many more across the boroughs and world. His career is based around the spaces one occupies; homes, offices, museums, universities, train stations—as well as behind the scenes in places one often does not visit; airport tarmacs, roughed-out train tunnels, metal foundries and skyscraper construction sites. His job is to reveal the curiosities of these places and in turn, uncover their stories.

Max is currently entrusted with documentation/press photography of several prominent institutions and projects including MoMA, the New York Public Library, Rockefeller University, One Vanderbilt, Cornell Tech and the TWA Terminal. His work has been published in most major design and architecture publications and regularly appears on Curbed NY, where for the last 5 years he has been a photographer. 

 

 

Select Publications

6 SQFT
ABC News
AM New York
ArchDaily
Archinect
Architect’s Newspaper
Architectural Digest
Architectural Record
Architizer
Bloomberg
Brokelyn
Brownstoner
Business Insider
Buzzfeed
CNN
Crane's New York
Curbed + Curbed NY
Daily Mail
designboom
Dezeen
Domino Magazine
Domus
Eater
Elle Decor
Engineering News-Record
Gizmodo
Gothamist
Huffington Post
Hype Beast
Inhabitat
Laughing Squid
Lonely Planet
Metro New York
Midcentury Homes
My Modern Met
N by Norwegian
National Trust for Historic Preservation
New York Business Journal
New York Daily News
New York Post

 

New York Times
Observer
Racked
Refinery29
Slate
Supercompressor
The Guardian
Thrillist
TimeOut New York
Travel + Leisure
Travel Weekly
Tribeca Citizen
Uncrate
Wall Street Journal
Wired
WSJ Magazine
Yahoo
YIMBY