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Zach is an Architectural and Aerial Photographer covering the Chicago and Los Angeles markets. He provides still images and video content to a wide array of clients throughout California, as well as the Midwest. He is also available for travel for projects throughout the world. He has a love and appreciation for great design and architecture. When not doing client work, Zach can be found photographing structures around Chicago and Los Angeles that fascinate him. Zach is an FAA certified drone pilot with hundreds of hours of flight experience. Throughout the past year, he has become fully immersed in aerial photography and video, in addition to working from the ground with his new mirrorless camera and collection of tilt-shift lenses.
Zach Lipp Photography LLC has been in business since 2005 and has been commissioned for projects with more than 150 companies including Brookfield Office Properties, Jones Lang LaSalle, Shorenstein Realty Partners, Artisan Realty Advisors, Boston Properties, Commonwealth Partners, EQ Office, CIM, OUE, DivcoWest, LACMA, Cushman & Wakefield, Giorgio Armani Corporation, 3BLACKDOT, PMI Properties, TVA Architects, Deluxe Entertainment Service Group, Kohn Gallery, Waterworks, Pacshore Partners, Avison Young, Jakks Pacific, Kite Pharma Inc., Vornado Realty Trust, GL Planning & Design, and Martin Fenlon Architecture.
While always fascinated by the latest technology and tools of the craft, Zach is expanding his focus to other aspects of photography such as how an image makes a viewer feel. He is being more thoughtful about why he is creating an image. Zach has recently spent time attending workshops of photography masters that inspire him and has participated in portfolio reviews, receiving critiques from many industry legends.
Zach is a member of American Society of Media Photographers, American Photographic Artists, and The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers. Zach has never been so immersed in photography as he is right now and wants to work with people, forms, shapes, and structures that inspire him.