Noah Carter graduated from the Kent School of Architecture with Distinction in both his Bachelors and Masters degrees, winning awards for his written and design work, and exhibiting in the UK and overseas.
He established Noah Carter Studio in 2017 and specialises in producing short documentary films and portrait photographs. This work has been primarily focussed in the Arts sector, working with jewellers, musicians, designers and artists to create films of the highest standard - which promote, document and explore the process behind their work - and photographs which have been used for publicity purposes both online and in print by major art galleries, organisations and private clients. Carter has also designed and formatted several books and catalogues for major art exhibitions.
2016 RIBA President's Silver Medal nomination, Portfolio
2016 RIBA President's Silver Medal nomination, Dissertation
2016 3D Reid Student Prize nomination
2016 Best Portfolio, Kent School of Architecture
2013 RIBA President's Bronze Medal nomination, Portfolio
2013 Best Dissertation, Kent School of Architecture
2009 Brit Insurance Student Design of the Year, Runner-up
2018 Brooklyn Art Library, New York
2016 Firstsite, Colchester
2014 British Pavilion, Venice Biennale
2012 European Biennial Landscape Architecture, Barcelona
Video is a powerful communicative tool. Whether you are an artist or maker wishing to explain the process behind your work, or a designer or small business wishing to showcase the best of your portfolio, a short film may be the perfect way to connect with your clients.
I have significant experience working with artists and therefore understand the importance of a 'light touch' approach to film making; I predominantly work as a one-man crew using very portable equipment so as not to disrupt the studio or working environment in which I am shooting.
I shoot all my footage in 4k resolution which, combined with my non-disruptive approach, allows me to capture beautiful moving images conveying the true feeling and atmosphere of the workspace. I also use a tripod, slider, camera stabiliser and external microphone to deliver high quality movement and sound quality.
I have experience in producing photographs for artists and musicians which have been used for publicity both online and in print. I specialise in producing incidental images of the subject at work, either indoors or in the landscape, and my 'light touch' approach allows me to work in tight spaces without disrupting the day to day use of the workspace or studio.