We are a London based visualisation studio and have been producing digital imagery for the construction industry since 1997.
Projects range from small, but intricate interiors through to large scale master planning and complex marketing content. We pride ourselves in forming a good working relationships and always strive to exceed our client’s expectations.
For many years our reputation has been built around the production of planning imagery (namely verified or Accurate Visual Representation Images). However more recently we have proved our capabilities in a multitude of marketing material, including animation, interactive presentations and photography. We have worked with some of the UK’s leading architectural practices, construction companies and planning agents for projects throughout the UK and further afield in places such as Morocco, Lebanon and Dubai.
The team at m3fx comprises of incredibly talented individuals who share a passion for the incredible and exciting world of Architectural Visualisation. The team boasts a close-knit team with a strong work ethic which is evident in the delivery of the projects we work on. The team are a social bunch and enjoy attending techy and non-techy social events.
Nadi is the founder and managing director at the m3fx London studio, and comes from an architectural background, having studied at the University of Liverpool, the AA and UNL. m3fx was set up in the late 90’s at the very start of the new and exciting world of architectural computer-generated CGI. He has witnessed first-hand, all the developments within this sector over the past 25 years, and is excited about the future of VR. With a great passion for design, art and architecture he believes in the power of technology to bring understanding to the design and building process to a wide demographic of people. Outside of the world of VR, Nadi’s other interests include, athletics, football, food and being a hands-on dad.
Having initially studied Architecture in London, Anthony found himself drawn to the new and exciting world of 3D digital art. His first dedicated 3D artist role in 2002 was working with BAA at London Gatwick and was a result of seven months of unabating self-training. This marked the beginning of a passion for Architectural Visualisation that ultimately led him joining m3fx in 2007. Since then he worked himself through the ranks and found himself as their Creative Director where he involves himself in practically all aspects of the business. These days his extra-curriculum activities are happily centred around his two-strong ankle-biter family and is focused on getting them obsessively into skiing as early as nature allows. Anthony believes the future of Architectural Visualisation will be a place where we can stretch our imaginations without being bound to technical impracticalities. The future is exciting…
Chris’s early education in fine arts & sculpture naturally led him to art college in his home town of Nottingham where he was exposed to creative mediums & approaches. His love of drawing & photographing buildings steered him towards Interior Architecture at Leeds University, getting his first design position designing & developing the brand identities for Audi, Jaguar, LandRover & Mercedes showrooms from his final year degree show. While designing bespoke pieces of furniture he was introduced to the visualisation team and has never looked back, taking his first dedicated visualisation position in 2004. Chris joined m3fx in 2011 as the Studio Director & is involved in running & managing projects from brief to delivery, while applying his post production skills. Outside of work Chris enjoys spending time with his kids, exploring the New Forest & restoring old cars. Chris believes the future of visualisation will be immersive realism while making changes in real-time…
Bijoux joined m3fx in 2017 as the studio’s marketing manager having worked extensively in the architectural industry. Throughout her work experience she has worked in busy marketing and communication departments. With a great passion for the built environment, she finds the world of Architectural Visualisation enthralling and is looking forward to what the future holds within this industry. In her spare time Bijoux’s interests are spending time with her family and travelling.