Interior Design Photography Portfolio
Interiors Photography is My First Love.
Professional Interior Design Photography Portfolio
My background as an interior photographer in San Francisco.
I began my career photographing babies in K-mart department stores. I soon decided to specialize in interior photography because it was more glamorous and challenging.
I started my career in Denver, building custom furniture to-the-trade. I became a photographer in ‘86 and soon found a talent for capturing the mood, tone, and emotional character of interior design in photographs.
For over three decades, I worked with interior designers and architects, photographing spectacular homes, offices, banks, hospitals, schools, libraries, and everything in between.
I love working to capture and share the designer’s intent in their design concept and helping them showcase the artistry of their work.
The most challenging projects I ever had were with The Closet Factory in Denver, CO. Sometimes, they would have me photograph closets the size of large kitchens; other times, they were little more than broom closets.
The most absurd project I ever photographed was a hole in the ground underneath a townhouse. It was quite a technical feat for the contractor to have accomplished, but it was just a hole in the ground.
The project I enjoyed photographing most was a home in Portola Valley designed by Risë Krag of RKI Interior Design. Risë is a great designer with more talent, taste, and experience than anyone I know. It was a 6000 sqft home that looked out onto Arastradero Nature Preserve. Every space in the house, from the dance floor to the main bedroom closet, had a comfortable and elegant feel.