Diana Center, Barnard College, New York NY, Weiss Manfredi, Architect; 2010AV09.453
Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, Lincoln Center, New York NY, Rockwell Group, Architect; 2011AV18.504
Harlem, New York NY; 2002AV11.035
IAC Building, New York NY, Gehry Partners, Architect; 2007AV05.534
Hunters Point Park, Phase 1, Queens NY, Weiss/Manfredi Architects; 2013AV49.470
Queens Theater in the Park, Queens NY, Caples and Jefferson, Architect; 2012AV10.408
Singh Center for Nanotechnology, UPENN, Philadelphia PA, Weiss/Manfredi, Architect; 2013AV05.414
Brooklyn Botanic Gardens Visitor Center, Brooklyn NY, Weiss/Manfredi, Architect; 2013AV23.473
Albert Vecerka

“To show something that everybody takes for granted in a fresh way, requires keen observation and years of practice.”

After moving to New York from the former Yugoslavia in 1992, Albert Vecerka studied architecture and photography at City College. He received a degree in architecture, but chose to pursue photography, working as an assistant and on his own. Albert eventually specialized in architectural photography and joined Esto in 2002. Since then he has been concentrating on both assignments and self-generated projects.

Albert uses his strong understanding of architecture and photography to portray objects and space; painting with light and capturing time in still imagery, time-lapse, and video. His award-winning, dynamic, and vibrant images capture a wide range of projects, including residential, commercial, civic, educational, landscape, furniture, sculpture, painting, and exhibitions. Albert’s work has been displayed and widely published in print and digital media.

In addition, Albert has taught photography, drafting, and woodworking at Parsons School of Design and architectural photography at the Continuing Education Department at Cooper Union. Since 2004 he has been teaching architectural photography at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at City College.

American Institute of Architects
Andrew Franz, Architect
Armand LeGardeur
BAM Studio
Beyer Blinder Belle
Botero Development
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
Civic Builders
Cooper Robertson
Davis Brody Bond
Dune Furniture
Fougeron Architecture
Gruzen Samton
Hammel Green & Abrahamson
Hines
IAC
Inform Studio
Kling Lindquist
Koning Eizenberg
L/E/D Architects
Leone Design
Lippincott
Looney Ricks Kiss
Michael Altman
Mitchell Giurgola
Mockler Taylor
Murphy Burnham Buttrick
New York University
Perkins Eastman
Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Robert A M Stern Architect
RKTB
Robin Hood Foundation
Rockwell Group
Shepley Bulfinch Richardson Abbott
Studios Architecture
Weiss/Manfredi, Architects
WXY Studio

Architectural Record
Architecture Magazine
Guardian Weekend Magazine
Interior Design Magazine
Metropolis
People Magazine
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal

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The New York State AIA has announced its 2013 Design Awards. A number of projects photographed by Esto photographers are among the winners. In the Historic Preservation/Adaptive Reuse category, the Yale University Art Gallery won an Award of Excellence. Jeff Goldberg ...more
Designed by Rogers Partners, the Henderson Hopkins School is the cornerstone of the largest redevelopment project in Baltimore and it is featured in Architect Magazine online. The school integrates innovative educational facilities with community and recreational resources and reflects the ...more
The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has awarded Hunter’s Point South Waterfront Park a 2014 Honor Award. Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism designed the park in collaboration with Thomas Balsey Associates. The award recognizes the new waterfront landscape as an outstanding achievement ...more
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