“Architecture is the mediator between person and place,” opens Jeffrey Kovel in the Master Mavericks profile in this month’s issue of Luxe Magazine. I have so much respect for how Luxe uses black and while portraiture to convey the individual style of the people profiled in the magazine. It’s suitable for someone so distinctive. Learn more about Skylab Architecture or Luxe Magazine.
This is my absolute favorite kind of assignment because it combines everything I love in photography: portraits, captured moments, still life. It’s always a pleasure to photograph cool people doing great things in the world of food. Plus, Edible Portland’s pages always make my photos stand out. If you haven’t been there, you should definitely check out Tabor Bread.
When I win the Powerball, I’m going to have Jason Ball come over to my house and pick out all brand new furnishings for me. In the interim, I’ll settle for admiring his work. Here are some lovely interiors he designed featured in Oregon Home Magazine. Jon Taylor Carter of Oregon Home Magazine is the creative force behind this photo shoot.
We have really come to enjoy working with Jason Ball and his colleague, Emily. I’m trying to think of more excuses just to hang out with them.
Especially in the days of smaller magazines and fewer features, it’s always a pleasure to see your work in a big, glossy, gorgeous magazine. This from the latest issue of Luxe, the go-to resource for design, decorating, architecture and renovation.
Portland is chock full of interesting and quirky businesses that live in the space between art and fabrication. I’ll bet Matt Beitz, who has QuarterTwenty would say there’s no difference. The way he does it, fabrication IS art. We had the pleasure of working with Matt shooting a few of his pieces for a catalog. He’s also a great guy and has helped us make some very nice photo surfaces. Thanks, Matt.
I love it when I see a double truck. It’s kinda like a home run to me. This Oregon Home assignment was super to shoot with art director Sophie Goodwin. Sophie brought all of the elements together to make the day roll seamlessly so I could explore the way this new Craftman style home unfolds; beautifully.
Gotta just love the name, right? Ultratravel. Picture Editor Joe Plimmer of the UK’s Telegraph called us up to shoot a story on the food, wine & coffee scene around Oregon for their international travel mag, Ultratravel. Opening spread is pictured here.