T 914 698 4060
222 Valley Place,
Mamaroneck NY 10543
“To show something that everybody takes for granted in a fresh way, requires keen observation and years of practice.”
Albert Vecerka studied both architecture and photography and uses his strong understanding of each to portray space and light through the element of time in still imagery and video.
Born in Yugoslavia, Albert moved to New York in 1992. He received a BS in Architecture from City College in 1997. The following year, he began to concentrate on photography, working as an assistant and, then, on his own.
Vecerka has taught photography at Parsons School of Design, at Cooper Union and currently he teaches architectural photography at City College. Albert has been documenting the College’s Solar Decathlon Project which was shown on the Mall in Washington and was recently installed on the roof of the City College Spitzer School of Architecture in New York.
In addition to photography of architecture, Vecerka uses video to show how motion and light influence the ever-changing nature of the spaces.
Important recent assignments have been for Rogers Partners, Weiss/Manfredi and for the Rockwell Group.
American Institute of Architects
Andrew Franz, Architect
Beyer Blinder Belle
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh
Davis Brody Bond
Hammel Green & Abrahamson
Looney Ricks Kiss
Murphy Burnham Buttrick
New York University
Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Robert A M Stern Architect
Robin Hood Foundation
Shepley Bulfinch Richardson Abbott
Guardian Weekend Magazine
Interior Design Magazine
The New York Times
The Wall Street Journal
T 914 698 4060
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