With pen and ink, watercolors, or contemporary computer graphics technology, an architectural renderer interprets and expresses a design team's vision in a way that developers and stakeholders can visualize not only how a project will look, but how people will experience the space once it is realized. These illustrations can influence the outcome of a proposed project by showing how it can affect the built or natural environment.
The New York Society of Renderers (NYSR) was founded in 1985 to give definition to the profession of architectural rendering and interiors illustration. Our membership is notable for the distinct individual style each member brings to his or her work. Yet we all share the desire to advance our artistic capabilities while promoting best business practices.