Photographer Sandy DeWitt has been chosen Architectural Photographer of the Year for 2013 by the Miami chapter of American Institute of Architects.
Her firm has been providing photography services to the architectural, design and construction professionals throughout the U.S. for over 25 years. Working closely with design teams she helps present projects for Web presentation and publication.
DeWitt, who has a gallery in Homestead, is an architectural artist with skills grounded in the master processes of photography, which she honed as a student at Rhode Island School of Photography. The influences of Adams, Guerrero and Shulman are easily seen in the clean, pristine images which have garnered her numerous awards, including Best of Show and Court of Honor. These awards come from her attention to marketing imaging that exceeds field conditions. Her eye for detail helps define the fluidity between her clients’ design spaces and their function.
Dewitt resides in South Florida with her husband and menagerie of animals. While shooting projects worldwide, supporting community outreach for education, and organizing photographic working societies focused on the exploration of architecture, she currently is working on her personal project: “Urban Decay: Tyranny,” which explores the relationship between the tyranny of aging and urban spaces.