Guy Montagu-Pollock has been an amateur photographer since he was ten years old, when he was given his first 35mm camera and learned how to print in a darkroom.
Initially, he didn't choose it as a career.
Instead, he spent 20 years in the motor industry, most recently eight years at McLaren, developing text-free, web-based technical manuals, using pictures instead of words. This lead to two large photographic
projects and inspired him to change an enthusiasm into a profession.
He took the leap in 2004. Architectural photography is doubly satisfying for Guy because it connects with his technical background.