Emre Dörter is an Istanbul based architectural and studio photographer. He attended art and photography courses at University of Victoria, Canada, prior to his graduation from Anadolu University in 2005, and completed his Master’s degree in photography at Accademia Italina in Florance, majored in Fashion Photography. He worked with renowned still life and glamour photographer Roberto Quagli between years 2005-2007. Having worked with leading brands, designers and magazines, he opened his studio back in Istanbul in 2007. His photographs have been published internationally in more than 20 countries, many of which appeared on the cover, mainly architectural journals. His travel photos comprise cities of Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Far East; also worked for Turkish Airlines and travelled the airline’s destinations for video and photo shooting. He photographed four Wallpaper City Guide Istanbul in 2015 and again for 2017. Besides his professional practice, he contributes in exhibitions as artist and art director; recently, four of his video works exhibited at MAS Museum Antwerp as part of "PortCityTalks.Istanbul.Antwerp” exposition curated by Murat Tabanlıoğlu, and he was the art director of the installation "Beloved” designed by Tabanlıoğlu Architects, exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London as part of LDF2016.