I’ve shot a string of jobs over the past 3 months that haven’t gotten full write-ups here. But here’s a gallery of work I’ve pulled from many different projects that have kept me occupied since July.
Lots of new work happening! I’m excited to be working on several large projects for clients, as well as no fewer than three personal projects that are well under way. It’s good to stay busy!
W Design • MJK Homes • Design Image • Atria Senior Living • Custom Kitchens by John Wilkins • Brownhouse Design • building Lab • Muratore Corp • Kelly Scanlon Interior Design • Douglah Design
It’s been a great winter and spring, and I can’t believe I haven’t curated a “New Work” portfolio since November! That meant I had to go through an awful lot of images and make some hard decisions to keep this collection to a manageable size.
Click the image above to take a quick run through what I think is my strongest work from the last 6 months. While I was at it, I gave the “Residential Interiors” portfolio on my website got a refresh, too.
Many thanks to the awesome clients who conceived, designed, built and allowed me to photograph their work:
Muratore Corp • Leslie Arnold Architect • building Lab • Mulberry USA • Pfau Long Architects • Thrive Homes • Susan Diana Harris Interior Design • Bleu Leman Design • Custom Kitchens by John Wilkins
Yep, it’s that time again — indeed well past time — so here’s the Spring 2011 New Work collection! Click the image above to see the entire collection.
These are images made since October of 2010 (the last time I updated my portfolio). The collection includes interiors by 1Columbia Design, Bleu Leman Design, Custom Kitchens of Oakland, Dennis Family Homes, Dumican Mosey Architects, LMB Interiors, McCutcheon Construction, and McGrath Properties, among others. I’m proud and excited to be working with these great firms!
While I was at it, I updated my “standard” Interiors and Exteriors portfolios, and (best of all) my iPhone portfolio. Man, I love making those iPhone shots.
And now it’s back to work…..the next project beckons….