Based in Los Angeles, CA, Lake Lewis (Assoc. AIA) holds a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture degree with a Minor in Photography from Carnegie Mellon University. He has been named a DiversifyPhoto UpNext Photographer, and featured in Architectural Record, Pittsburgh City Paper, The Weather Channel, and various social media channels of Carnegie Mellon University
With projects such as "Home & America" and "Polar Perspectives", Lake is determined to understand the relationships between a community and its built environment. All mediums are fair game, and he has undertaken various projects in architectural design, video, film & digital photography- exploring these spatial dynamics across the United States and abroad. He has worked with a range of organizations, from Seattle to Tempe to Pittsburgh- focusing on mobility, sustainable missing middle development, and equitable design. Photography allows Lake to capture stories of various beings; living, built, and everything in between. Recognizing these perspectives is crucial to producing effective architecture. Agency, community, access, and wellness are foundational values that guide his problem-solving approach. Through his work, Lake hopes to contribute positive change to the ever-dynamic world around him. 
Feel free to explore recent projects, design work, and commissions; as well as current rates for services. If you have any questions, please visit the contact page. 
“A good photograph is one that communicates a fact, touches the heart and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective.” - Irving Penn
Honors & Awards

Judge's Commendation Award - AIA National Photography Awards | 2020
Honorable Mention - Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition | 2018
Silver Key - Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition | 2018
Gold Key - Scholastic Arts and Writing Competition | 2018
3rd Place in Architecture - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2018
Finalist in Portrait - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2018
Finalist in Landscape - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2018
Finalist - Washington State High School Photography Competition | 2016 & 2017
Shortlist in Environment (Youth)- Sony World Photography Awards | Published in 2016 
"Untitled" placed in King County Metro bus shelter in Seattle, WA | 2015
LINK to awarded photos 
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