Lucas Fladzinski is a professional architectural photographer specializing in projects in the AEC industries and commercial real estate markets throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.

After earning a BFA from Western Michigan University and an MFA from UC Davis, Lucas has gained recognition as an established presence in the Bay Area for his aesthetic of modern architecture and design. His work has been featured in numerous publications, including Dwell, Apple Computers, California Home + Design, and San Francisco Chronicle.

As an FAA-certified and licensed drone pilot, Lucas Fladzinski has worked with over 150 clients, photographed more than 800 projects and appeared in over 30 major publications since 2005.


  • Interior & exterior architectural photography 
  • Commercial & residential properties
  • Drone & aerial photography
  • Small to complex projects
  • Day & night photography
  • Construction phase photography
  • Editorial photography
  • Flexible services for any budget
  • High-end Photoshop retouching
  • Time-lapse photography
  • Fast turnaround times


  • Architecture
  • Engineering
  • Construction
  • Commercial Real Estate, REITs
  • Property Management/Owners 
  • Brokerage Firms
  • Hospitality & Healthcare 
  • Tech Industry
  • Advertising & Marketing 
  • Editorial & Social Media
  • Infrastructure
  • Industrial & Manufacturing
  • Military, Space & Energy


  • Apartment Complexes
  • Office Buildings
  • Data Centers
  • Business Parks & Campuses
  • Parking Structures
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Restaurants
  • Private Residences
  • Wineries
  • Government Properties
  • Military Installations
  • Industrial Facilities & Laboratories

If you're looking to take your brand to the next level, I can help!  With flexible services to accomodate just about every budget, head over to my contact page to find out if I'm the right fit for your project.

Lucas Fladzinski, MFA



Ten Almaden, San Jose, California 2017. Clients KBS Realty Advisors and Cushman and Wakefield


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