Welcome to my blog where I'll periodically provide updates on my adventures in Atlanta real estate photography!
It is said that the best way of knowing a city is to visit its landmarks and historic properties. Museums are an amazing source of knowledge but they don’t show the spirit of a city as much as buildings that have seen the lives of generations.
This house located in Inman Park is one of such buildings.
Designed by the architect Walter T. Downing in 1902, this house was owned by Ernest and Emily Woodruff and their sons. A wonderful house in its beginnings, it was used as a boarding house for a brief period of time.
Today it’s being restored to give it back its previous glory with a more modern twist. With fireplaces in almost all rooms, original tile work and exquisite carved wood, this house is coming back to life and I’m very happy I was invited to photograph it.
If you're looking for privacy, it's hard to beat over 9 acres of beautiful land and a private lake.
That's why I liked this shoot so much! This house had an almost dreamlike quality to it and its old world styling only served to reinforce the feeling.
Majestic stone terraces, a master bedroom with its own sitting room, fireplaces and a custom gourmet kitchen make of this lakefront property a sight to behold!
I'm really excited to talk about this!
Recently I had the opportunity to help Davao Hair Studio coming up with photos that can show off their amazing urban look.
This was a very fun photoshoot because the studio is gorgeous, with its concrete floors and and sleek dark cabinets that give it a modern look, and unique with its creative accents such as wood plank walls and burlap bag footstools.
Hair salons don't always manage to stand out from the competition but Davao Hair Studio does it by being one-of-a-kind.
What an enjoyable photo shoot!
This beautiful single family house in Morningside was built in the 40's and still maintains a charm that makes it unique.
The family room is easily my favorite part of the house. Those dark hardwood floors really bring out the light colors in the rooms and gives this house a lovely, cozy feel that you won't find anywhere else.
Take a look!
I usually don't post items not related to our daily lives which center around the beautiful homes and buildings we have the pleasure of photographing. However, this past weekend Peyton and I worked long hours in some challenging weather to capture TomorrowWorld for Examiner. It was a great experience and a lot of fun to shoot! (minus the rain and sore feet!) :)