Moore is best known for his architectural and interior photographic work. His photographs have been reproduced in numerous magazines (including Architectural Digest, Men’s Vogue and Nest), and he has published over a dozen books, notably Evening Raga’s, Notting Hill, A Gardener’s Life, Rooms, Inside The House of Lords, In House and, most recently, Great Gardens of Italy (with Monty Don).
In 1976, Moore travelled to India to photograph some of the palaces that seemed to him to have retained the atmosphere of another era. His photographs capture the fading splendour that, in post-colonial society, already spoke of a bygone world. Moore published his work from India in 1997 in Evening Ragas: A Photographer in India (John Murray, London). Exploring the light, the space, and the visual contrasts that inform a room and create its essential character is at the core of his vision. Joseph Holtzman, the founding editior of Nest, said regarding Moore’s illumination of the intricate interplay of columns and stairs in the Wankaner Palace in Gurjarat, “[Moore] captures the very air and space of a room, like a magician.”
Moore’s work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and The National Portrait Gallery, London as well as many private collections