Leaders of 3D - Immersive

Architectural Imagery & Film

FKD Studio are leading the way in

3D Architectural Visualisation

FKD Studio are a world-class multi-disciplinary creative studio crafting innovative visual solutions designed to tell a story, captivate an audience, encourage engagement & improve sales. Our team brings to every project world-class expertise in photography, architecture, interior design, game design, marketing, new technologies & cinematography.


Award-winning producers

Our collective aim as a creative studio is to produce unforgettable still images, architectural films and immersive VR environments for a broad range of commercial and private sector projects.

FKD Studio Team Staff

FKD Studio’s unrivalled industry experience combines 3D artists, architects, interior designers, 3D modellers, photographers, VR developers, and film makers.

We are a multi-disciplinary studio from a range of backgrounds, who draw on many years of industry experience to become one of Australia’s leading groups of architectural artists committed to the process of film and image making in all its forms.


David Fraher is an award winning architectural visualiser with a strong background in interior design and over fifteen years of industry experience.

Before establishing FKD in 2015, David spent over 10 years working for some of Australia’s premier architectural visualisation studios.

He draws on his education and understanding of interior design to create well balanced and photo-real imagery.

Through his experience, David has worked on and managed a diverse range of architectural projects resulting in images of the highest quality.


Ben Rappell brings a wealth of industry experience in the creative visualisation of many high profile architectural projects both in Australia and internationally.

Ben worked on the ‘Imagina Award’ winning entry ‘Now and When’ for the 2010 Venice Architectural Biennale as well as a number of CG Architect Award nominated projects.

Ben is a regular presenter at industry forums including the prestigious Autodesk University conference in Las Vegas, USA as well as a guest speaker at Collarts College in Melbourne.