The life of an architectural photographer might seem rather glamorous, but few people realise it sometimes means coming face-to-face with the undead.
This roundup features four homes where a ghostly figure has been caught on camera by the photographer.
Read on if you dare:
Interiors specialist StudioIn2 was inspired to mess with dimensions using full-height partition walls and tall furnishings inside this Taipei apartment by the 1989 comedy film Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.
But perhaps horror flick Paranormal Activity would have been more fitting, as the sliding doors are intermittently moved around by an eery, supernatural figure.
The studio created the minimalist two-bedroom house by carrying out a “design purge”, though the renovation failed to banish the sepulchral wraith.
In the apartment, original patterned tile floors were also retained, as part of an interplay between the old and the new.
Despite the playful new interior, the attic appears to be haunted by a ghost child who was captured playing in multiple locations in the renovated loft.