Interior property photography for clients in London and Essex.
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What we do
We work with designers, architects, suppliers and developers to bring their visions and creativity to life.
We can help you to build an amazing portfolio of stunning images to show your future clients what you can do and win more contracts.
We can record your projects at any stage of the process from the beginning of the build right through to completion if required.
I recently took some shots for Adapt Improve Protect. They are a combined team of chartered architects, experienced fit-out contractors and video conferencing specialists and they plan to help get people safely back to the workplace by implementing individual holistic solutions for the workspace. They work will clients initially from consultation and risk assessment through […]
An important aspect of furniture design and supply and fit out is to record the process from the build phase through to installation. This is often overlooked in the day to day running of a project and before you know it the piece is built and finished without being recorded. When a bespoke piece of […]
It was such a pleasure to photograph one of our best local restaurants last week. Alec’s restaurant is situated in Navestock Side in Brentwood. The location is idyllic with views from the front looking over the green (on this day there was a game of cricket being played) and from the seating area at the […]
The simple answer to this is no. That is not just because I am an interior photographer its because in the majority of cases they just don’t cut it. So what is the difference? Most phone pictures look ok don’t they? If you compare a phone picture of an interior with a professional one there […]
I photograph quite a few kitchen extensions in London and it always amazes me how much space can be found on what at first glance would appear a smallish area. From the front many old London houses appear quite small, but when you enter through the hallway and on to the kitchen at the back, […]
Gallery for Saint Francis Hospice I decided that I wanted to create a small gallery of images of people in my local area during the lockdown who really helped to keep us all going. I also wanted to find a way to help Havering Saint Francis Hospice as they have been unable to raise funds […]
It was great to pick up my camera and head out to a job yesterday. I drove into East London and was able to carry out this interior shoot with no contact with the owner apart from a quick hello outside. How our lives have changed. Anyway this apartment was just gorgeous. A Georgian two […]
Before the lockdown I shot the first phase of a new install for a global finance company for Knoll International and OES London. Desking and chairs are Knoll, privacy pods by Framery at Office Blueprint. Use of sit, stand desking and great under desk cable management make for a cleaner, tidier look with less risk […]
Commercial Interior and Architectural Photographer in London and Essex
Kind Words - Thank you
We were very fortunate to recently have Liane Ryan Photography in our Hotel. We found Liane to be very professional, flexible, with a great eye for detail. Nothing was too much trouble.
The photos ranged from food photography, hotel rooms and interior, to external space and gardens.
Liane took time and care with each shot to produce stunning photos.
We engaged Liane to update our company website with headshots of our staff including barristers and clerks. Liane visited our premises prior to the work to find the best place to set up and talk about what we required. We were delighted with the shots she produced and now regularly use her services again. We have found her to be professional and reliable as juggling appointments with barristers diaries can be challenging but nothing is too much trouble.Lee Hughes-Gage – Senior Clerk at Chambers of Sarah Fanshaw QC and Mark Heywood QC
Liane recently completed her 2nd Knoll commission for me. The images are great and of real interest to clients and colleagues.
Thanks Liane, looking forward to the next project.