Philip Johnson wrote that architecture exists only in time. It is not the design of space nor the massing or organizing of volumes. The main point is what he called “procession” — the experience of moving through a building.

Photographing this idea is the central concept in Ari Burling’s work. As an Architectural Photographer, he creates compositions populated with people and artifacts, both in rest and in motion, to inspire a deeper understanding of the built environment.