In a climate that too easily confuses exaggerated form and distorted space, for the genuine strength of expression embedded in all fine architecture, Peter Bennetts is one of the few photographers who consistently know the difference. Rather than exploit the hollow tricks of photographic illusion, Bennetts interprets and distills the real qualities of a project, in such a way that smoke and mirrors are not required.
Andrew Mackenzie

Engaging the industry reader as well as the wider community is a vital yet increasingly challenging role for an architectural publication such as MONUMENT. Architectural photographer Peter Bennetts understands this crucial role in educating our readers about the importance of investing in the quality of their environments. While capturing the inherent design quality of the buildings he photographs, Peter also manages to imbue each image with a sense of the power that good modern architecture has in contributing to our cultural identity.