Below are galleries of my design projects and inspiring interiors that I photographed locally or on my travels. Click on each gallery to learn more.
In October 2017, I had the pleasure of partnering with Tony Thomas of Compass Real Estate to design and stage a Clinton Hill apartment listing. My goal in this apartment was to enhance the existing design scheme and play up attributes like high ceilings, brownstone Brooklyn views, and amazing light. Thanks to Tony for this incredible opportunity and here is a link to the Compass listing: http://bit.ly/2guNw5W
In December 2017, Jeff and I stayed at this gorgeous guest house in Venice during our trip to LA. The owners had turned their garage into a studio guest house and they did a great job making the most out of a small space! The studio was efficient, minimal, and just stunning. I hope you enjoy the photos of this dreamy California space!
Casa de Agave
In December 2017, Jeff and I stayed at the amazing Casa de Agave in Joshua Tree. I had never been to the desert and this leg of our trip was just stunning. We couldn't have asked for a better home base during our time there and the Airbnb was very centrally located in the center of Joshua Tree near a park entrance: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/12935896
If you live in Brooklyn, you may have driven by the Brooklyn Navy Yard and thought, I wonder what that castle is? It is the Kings County Distillery's tasting room, The Gatehouses, which coincidentally is my favorite bar in Brooklyn. In July 2017, the lovely people at KCD let me come to the Gatehouses and take some pictures of their space. For someone who loves plants and design as much as I do, this place is really heaven. The owners of KCD preserved a lot of the building's original details and included plants and ceramics that add so much to the space. A special thank you to Brianna for letting me come in and take photos!
Bodega Bay BnB
In September 2017, some dear friends of mine from college got married in stunning Bodega Bay, California. We stayed in an Airbnb cabin in a beach community called, Salmon Creek, and the water views coupled with such an incredible interior was a real treat for me. The one bedroom cabin was a beautiful combination of modern and rustic decor and was so much fun to style and shoot.
In May 2017, we stayed at a Japanese-inspired cabin in Accord, NY for a long weekend. This is one of my favorite areas of the Catskills and the location of the house was perfect and remote. We had just adopted our puppy, Ivy, a week earlier and it was a great time to bond with her and relax in the woods. I LOVE New York, but it was nice to get a break from the city before a hectic summer. The cabin was a minimalist dream.
In August 2017, I had the pleasure of photographing a local flower and plant store called Saffron Brooklyn. There are so many talented florists in New York, but this gem of a store is truly special. Saffron’s owner, Kana, is a Fort Greene native and it was wonderful to see someone from the area create such a neighborhood treasure so close to home. Something I was not expecting and really loved was hearing some of the customer stories as I was taking photos. The guy who had been coming to the store for "years and a series of girlfriends" (hah!), the woman "trying to turn her apartment into a jungle", and the realtor looking for the perfect open house bouquet. They all found exactly the plants and flowers they were looking for. If you're ever in Brooklyn, you should check out this beautiful and one of a kind store.
In March 2017, we went to Atlanta for a quick trip. I didn't have a lot of expectations for the city or the design scene, but I was completely blown away. Unlike a lot of other cities in the US, Atlanta seems to have made a big effort to preserve old industrial buildings and breathe new life into them as commercial and residential spaces. We stayed in Old Fourth Ward and that neighborhood was a prime example of this. Our loft was in a former grain refinery and the surrounding stores were also in industrial buildings. Another highlight of the trip was the Atlanta Botanical Garden, where there was an exhibit of chandeliers tripping with air plants, ferns, and succulents (basically my heaven).