With established backgrounds in architectural photography and documentary films, Jim Stephenson and Edward Bishop combine their skills to produce considered, informative films on architecture, design and the built environment.


Commissioned by architects, developers, designers and publications worldwide, the films they produce range from simple but beautiful shots for use on social media and website splash pages to 3-5 minute Buildings Studies that showcase a specific project or practice and feature interviews with the end users and architects, to more expansive, longer documentaries on the method of design, our means of interacting with the built environment and the anthropological impact of architecture.


Jim and Edward’s films are intended to be calm in pace, contemplative, reflective and informative.




Jim Stephenson is a photographer and film maker concerned with the documentation of architecture and the built environment, with a background working in architecture practices as a designer and technologist. Jim has documented the work of a wide range of architects and designers around the world, including Assemble, BIG, Zaha Hadid Architects, Kengo Kuma, Sou Fujitmoto, Piers Taylor, MVRDV and many more.


Edward Bishop is a film maker and photographer with a background in the UK film industry, working on documentaries, films and music videos. His practice is concerned with creating narratives about people and the places they inhabit. 




Stephenson / Bishop have documented the work of Assemble, BIG, Herzog de Meuron, Piers Taylor, Amin Taha / Groupwork, Studio Weave, Kengo Kuma Architects, David Adjaye and many more..