Tony Downs is an experienced commercial photographer who wants to “capture a moment in time when the light is just right.” He loves to help clients showcase what’s unique about the homes, commercial structures and landscape environments in which we live and work.
Tony has 17 years of experience as a professional photographer, shooting properties from Colorado Springs to Denver as well as the foothills. He has photographed hundreds of apartment communities, commercial buildings and real estate.
His love of architecture and photography started in college, with an art history class. “I was fascinated by the ancient Greek and Roman orders of architecture.” Tony has a special place in his heart for the Victorian, Craftsman and Mid-Century modern homes that can be found in Denver’s Capital Hill and Highlands neighborhoods. Among his favorite architects is William Lang who designed many of the grand mansions in Denver, including the Molly Brown house.
In his spare time, Tony loves mountain biking, hotrods and playing with his Boston terrier, Bruno. He lives in a 1925 Craftsman bungalow in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver with his wife, Emilie.