Husband and wife design duo Jake and Brooke definitely win the playroom shelfie award (I’m sure their kids agree!). Check out the rest of their Northside Chicago home over here
This light-filled Lincoln Park space photographed for Gillman Group is the definition of “kitchen goals,” don’t you think?
Luckily I’m very slow at posting new projects to this blog, so I still have a few more recent pre-quarantine projects to share! This one was shot for interior stylist Chris Free in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood:
So glad I had the opportunity to work with the architects of Searl Lamaster Howe on another of their recent projects, shot a few weeks before the world tipped upside down! This project was shot on the 58th floor of Water Tower Place, and I’m also including a snapshot of the view because I just couldn’t resist…
A little different than my usual work, but it’s been cool seeing my photography in some recent editions of The New York Times. Below, the February 16th Sunday edition and this Monday’s February 24th edition:
A true labor of love, the owner of this contemporary Silver Lake home spent three years designing and building this serene retreat in the hills. It was a pleasure to photograph this vision come to life!
Hello from Echo Park, Los Angeles, where I shot this sweet little vintage hideaway today:
My first two projects of 2020 are in the books! I shot project #1 last week in Chicago for Haywoodmade—see below for the preview (doesn’t Kelsey make pregnancy look great?!)! Project #2 has taken me to West Hollywood for a shoot with Australian designer Jessi Eve, and I can’t wait to share those images soon. Meanwhile, I’ll be here in LA for another month—hit me up!
I was recently in London and enjoyed shooting this warm and cozy Kentish Town flat while I was in town. Effortless cool, all the way.