It has has been an amazing Spring of 2016. Many magazine features have came to fruition, along with wonderful new photo shoots of interiors and architecture. From the 18th Fairway at Pebble Beach in Carmel, to mountain Chalets at Tahoe, what a collection of homes we have in California!
A SOMA loft found contractor Peter Englander working in collaboration with a couple renovating a bachelor pad to an urban family home. Englander’s pitch-perfect work got the vibe, and built it out. Daylight photography captures the lightness of interior.
Marin-based Lisa Bakamis knows how to do it – with a newborn, a new shop, and full roster of clients. The Millennial designer just goes for it, mixing patterns and textures in new hippy interiors.
Classic interior photography has multiple vantage points. Vignettes like these let the viewer see the bespoke details and curated eye of the designer’s intent. In this SF Decorator Showhouse room by Stephan Jones, one’s eye is invited to linger.
Interior designer Matthew Leverone has impeccable taste and steady rigor in his designs. In this Mediterranean home on the Peninsula, Levone worked closely with the homeowner to create a fresh vision that is so current.
Lisa Odyniec approaches design from a modernist point of view. Here, in this amazing mountain retreat at Sugar Bowl, Lisa brings man and nature together, with clean lines and raw textures.
As an interior and architectural photographer with dozen years photographing and seven published books of interior design, I photograph with deep experience in how to capture a home story in photos. My editorial point of view, natural daylight style of photography gets published monthly in national and regional publications. Many of my editors and design principles like that I see a project in relation to a firm’s or publishers marketing position and strategic needs.