Featured on archdaily!

December 2012

Our latest video, Light Through The Sycamore for Kovac Architects in Los Angeles, California is featured on Archdaily! Check out more of our motion work at www.frazerpogue.com or watch the video.

Arch11 – AIA Colorado Citation Award | Interiors, Ignite!

September 2012

Arch11 of Denver, Colorado won 2012 AIA Colorado North Chapter Citation Award for interiors of Ignite! Photography by Andrew Pogue Photography.

Andrew Pogue Gallery Show – Scene While Driving

April 2012

Andrew Pogue is exhibiting his photography work April 28th through May 19th at Gallery NRC in Denver, CO. My memory of family vacations as a child are staring out the side window of our mini-van as my parents drove. As life progressed I became the driver, spending hours gazing at the landscape as I sailed across the country on its concrete roads. This series grew from my intrigue of capturing time on the road. The long exposures demand a different eye for colors, lines, and compositions that only appear by exposing one frame for multiple seconds. The result is an ambiguous moment that blurs the line between photography and painting and abstracts the view of the landscape. Select images below by Andrew Pogue.

Modern In Denver – Spring 2012

March 2012

The current issue of Modern In Denver Magazine (Spring 2012) features this panoramic residence in Boulder, Colorado designed by Architect Kevin Scott. Scott is a partner at Davis Partnership Architects in Denver, Colorado. Select images by Andrew Pogue Photography.

Tres Birds Workshop Video

March 2012

Frazer Pogue Collective completes video for Tres Birds Workshop, a full service architecture and contracting firm in Boulder, Colorado. (www.frazerpogue.com)

Modern In Denver – Winter 2011-2012

January 2012

Two stories in the Winter 2011-2012 issue of Modern In Denver magazine feature images by Andrew Pogue Photography. Andrew Pogue photographed an eclectic condo unit designed by cb studio and Swiss Milk Studio in the minimalist Spire building in urban Denver and a smartly designed house by William Buyers of 720 Design deemed the “8 foot” house for designing everything off of a 4’x8′ sheet of plywood to reduce construction waste.