Virtual Tours

A virtual tour is a series of 360 degree panoramas simulated to display interactively on a screen, where the viewer feels he/she are in the photograph and can navigate around it, experiencing the locations as if they’re actually there. Hotspots could also be built into the tour so that when the viewer is immersed in the tour he or she can click on a hotspot and be taken to another view or be shown information on a specific area just by clicking it. In this way the experience is truly interactive and the viewer will feel intimately familiar with all aspects of the location. As well as this, images, sound, and video could be used to support the interactive experience. Interactive Tours can be viewed on all smart phones, including I-phone and I-pad. They can be shared and embedded on web 2 social networks, such as Facebook, and Twitter. An applied example of the benefits of this new technology is that, using our virtual tours, web users can view locations in advance without leaving their computers.

Inside Jumeirah

It was an awesome pleasure to be asked to team up with fellow photographers Martijn Baudoin and Roelof de Vries, agency Media Monks and Google to produce this fantastic tour for Jumeirah, featuring the ‘world most luxurious hotel’, the Burj Al Arab.


Inside Abbey Road

I had great fun working with Stink digital on Abbey Road Studios tour for Google UK. Congrats to all involved #InsideAbbeyRoad


Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

It was a privilege to be asked to photograph one the of the most…



Like a drop of Whiskey ? Try this cutting edge virtual tour we produced for Dewars Whiskey using embedded video panoramas to make the scenes come to life with excellent audio interviews into how this fine tipple is made.


Karen Millen

Here are virtual tours shot with Avenue Imperial for Karen Millen The tour is…