Ryan Groves

arch-viz | animation | photography

Nordic Lakehouse
Bulthaup Kitchens
A set of kitchen CGI's inspired by the stylish designs of Bulthaup.
Corona Scrapbook
Skye 2017
A collection of photographs from a recent trip to the stunning Isle of Skye
Images created for 3D World magazine for a vegetation tutorial using Growfx
Artist's Studio - Still Life
A personal project to learn detailed sculpting and shading techniques to create bespoke textures and models.
The Louvre, Paris - Architectural Animation
A personal project film, my first attempt at animation to learn new skills and keep improving my skills as a 3D artist. An exploration of the Louvre Museum in Paris, from all angles to take the viewer on a journey through the elegant architecture in a variety of lighting scenarios with a key focus on mood and atmosphere.
Wildlife Photography – Chester Zoo
A recent trip to Chester Zoo on my week off, a perfect chance to try out my new zoom lens and have a go at wildlife photography!
Architectural Photography - Manchester
Selection of architectural photos around the City of Manchester
Interiors project @ The Neighbourood published in The Sunday Telegraph for The Redbook Agency
Two Snowhill – Photography Workshop
Took a trip down to Birmingham today for a Photography workshop at Two Snowhill provided by Nathan Spencer. It was an enjoyable experience, great to pick up the camera again which I have neglected of late. It was also interesting to see the difference in capturing the building through a physical camera lens as opposed to CGI, having seen the building created in 3D by the studio I work for, The Neighbourhood. Due to absolutely abysmal weather conditions my selection of images consists largely of interior shots! Snowhill was brilliant for experimenting with composition, lighting, reflection and detail which I tried to capture the essence of in the hour we were there. Room for improvement but overall relatively happy with the results and look forward to taking my camera out again soon, definitely won’t leave it to collect dust again!
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