Our Built-In Bar project was featured on Design Sponge as part of their Before/After posts last week. We are so happy with how this particular project came together and were thrilled when the team at Design Sponge said they’d feature it on the site!
It’s always an honor to be asked to shoot for another photographer, so I was delighted to hear from my friend and fellow photographer, Meredith Brockington, about coming down to take some photos of her at her holiday pop-up shop for her newly launched brand, Amie.
For even more about Amie, we published a Shop Tour on Map & Menu which highlights Meredith’s inspiration for the brand, the reasons she chose to focus on women-made goods, and more. And be sure to follow Amie’s lovely feed on Instagram!
My latest assignment for Down East Magazine is out on newsstands now. Last winter I traveled up to the town of Mount Desert to photograph the home of Eric and Laura Reinholdt, where they live with their two boys and their spunky cat. Eric is an architect and the founder of 30×40 Design Workshop, and works out of his studio, which is adjacent to his home, The Longhouse. Inspired by the simplicity of Native American Longhouses, Eric designed his family’s home as a modern take on the efficient, one room wide structure.
While shooting photos for a Map & Menu piece on Fitz & Bennett Home, one of the Old Port’s newest shops, I fell in love with the Jamini Design pillows featured prominently throughout the shop. The colorful lifestyle brand by Usha Bora is a blend of “Indian elegance and Parisian chic.” Over the past few weeks, I’ve been tickled to see some of the below photos from the Fitz & Bennett tour pop up on Jamini’s social accounts.
I look forward to picking out a few Jamini pieces to incorporate into our home, although I’m having an impossibly difficult time narrowing down my wishlist to only a few items.
Over the past year and a half I’ve had the opportunity to concept and shoot imagery for Portland’s favorite cycling studio, Rêve. I’ve never left one of these shoots without a feeling of inspiration or a sense of enthusiasm – the energy at Rêve is incredible, thanks to the community created there by founder Stephanie Cabot.
I was so pleased to be a part of their Q&A series on the Rêve blog earlier this year. Click here to read through the feature and if you’re in the Portland area and haven’t yet been to a Rêve class, be sure to take a peek at their schedule – you won’t regret it!