Max Creasy is a half-Australian half-Norwegian visual artist living and working between London and Berlin. His photographic practice explores systems of meaning through architecture, the archive and still life.

His work has been widely exhibited at commercial and institutional galleries including the Centre for Contemporary Photography, West Space and the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale. He regularly collaborates with other artists, curators and architects including James Taylor-Foster, OK-RM and the REAL Foundation. In 2009 he completed a Master of Fine Arts at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW.

His work was recently published in Dr. Anne Marsh’s critical survey Look: Contemporary Australian Photography since 1980.

Select Clients:

Al-Jawad Pike
Andrew Burns Architects
AnOther Magazine
A Practice for Everyday Life
Architectural Association School of Architecture
The Architects’ Journal
The Architecture Foundation
Auto Italia South East
Daly & Lyon
David Chipperfield Architects
David Kohn Architects
Design Museum
Dover Street Market
Disegno Magazine
Feilden Fowles
Financial Times
The Finnish Institute
Hugh Strange Architects
James Plumb
John Wardle Architects
Manchester School of Art
Matheson Whiteley
REAL Foundation
Rory Hyde Projects
Royal Australian Institute of Architects
Sanchez Benton architects
Shane Murray + Nigel Bertram
Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
un Magazine
Victoria and Albert Museum
Villalba Lawson
Wallpaper* Magazine
Wall Street Journal
Zak Group

+44 (0) 7549 55 4586

Studio 1, Third Floor,
22 – 27 The Oval,
London, E2 9DT
United Kingdom


© 2018, Max Creasy
Design: GUNMAD
Build: Benedict de Silva