architectural photography


A photo perspective of Houston flooding

Skyline photos taken near Buffalo Bayou provide outlook on Hurricane Harvey flooding of Houston The nation has been captivated by the awful news coming out of Houston, which has been swamped by Hurricane Harvey. The slow-moving storm has dumped feet of water on the nation’s fourth-largest city and its surrounding region, which is home to […]

Houston Texas skyline photography

Latter & Blum interior design artwork

My latest project: Latter & Blum interior design photos

Latter & Blum Property Management corporate headquarters features Andy Crawford Photography prints One of my largest projects to date was recently completed, with several of my architectural and swamp photos being installed at Latter & Blum Property Management’s new Baton Rouge corporate office. Interior design firm Kenneth Brown Design managed the project, choosing the works from […]


20 beautiful New Orleans photographs

New Orleans draws millions of visitors each year, with the laissez faire attitude of city’s French Quarter being a huge draw for those who love a good time while the amazing architecture and old cemeteries appeal equally as well to history buffs. And my gallery contains amazing photos that document the French Quarter, offering looks at […]

Jean Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bourbon Street photography

Tobin Center for the Performing Arts photography

Tobin Center photography featured on Front Inc.’s site

Nighttime photography of San Antonio performing arts venue illustrates facade consulting firm’s work My image of San Antonio’s Tobin Center for the Performing Arts is now featured on Front Inc.’s website as an example of the firm’s projects. The Tobin Center photography, which was taken during a 2015 trip to the city, shows the Tobin Center’s […]


Houston photography reunion

Trip provides fellowship, chance to capture Houston photography In the spring of 2014, I met three Houston, Texas, photographers in New Orleans only 80 miles from my home. The photographers — David Morefield, Tim Stanley and Jeremy Mancuso — wanted to capture some images of the Big Easy, and I was excited to meet them […]

Smith Street Circle Skywalk - Houston, Texas

LSU football mascot Mike the Tiger

LSU Tiger Stadium photography illustrates College Spun story

Andy Crawford Photography image illustrates `15 Most Intimidating College Football Stadiums in the Country’ Editor’s note: College Spun and Andy Crawford Photography teamed up in this story that includes Tiger Stadium. By Andrew Holleran Courtesy of College Spun When you think of college football, what comes to mind? The uniforms? The rivalries? The legendary coaches? […]


The beauty of rust and age

Oxidation adds great color, texture to fine-art photography Beauty is subjective. When it comes to fine-art photography, some people like shiny and new. Others don’t mind a little age. And then there are those of us who like old, rusty and broken-down. I just don’t think you can go wrong with a little rust. An […]

Rusty fine-art photography

LSU football mascot Mike the Tiger

LSU football pride

Mike the Tiger stands guard at Tiger Stadium It’s not yet fall, but LSU football fever already is building. The three-time national champions will take to the field Aug. 30, and from that point on the team will be in pursuit of a fourth NCAA national championship. Mike the Tiger is part of the LSU […]


Architectural photography records city’s history

Falstaff Brewery, Saenger Theatre serve as links to New Orleans’ past By Andy Crawford I love history, and our cities are packed with architectural photography subjects that offer new insight into the past of these urban areas. Of course, New Orleans is packed with history — some that is pretty well known, but other aspects […]

Architectural photography-New Orleans