Happy New Year! I’m starting off this year with two projects that I did for Curbed in Courtney Webster’s bohemian/midcentury modern apartment in Providence. The first project was a styling post for the holiday table, the second was a house tour of her loft. Courtney has style that oozes out of every corner. I love how layered it is – everywhere you look, there’s something eye-catching. I also love how accessible it is – a lot of her pieces are from Target, Ikea, and Etsy. Proof that a beautiful home can be found at all price levels!
Spaces that have a lot of juxtaposition are always so fun to photograph. This Boston condo made of steel, concrete, and glass was brought to life with warm woods, leather, and cozy texture. And there’s nothing like a giant plant to add a lot of life to a room! Kudos to Caroline Hughes of C.B. Hughes Design for doing such a fabulous job on this complete overhaul! Photographed for Homepolish.
I hope you stuff yourself until you have to change into yoga pants, and have a low-stress (and politics-free) holiday!
From an interior shoot with Boston Globe Magazine on smart solutions, where I photographed the home of Maureen Dahill of Caught in Southie. Maureen was such a great sport and walked up and down that ladder about 60 times during our shoot so we could get exactly the right moment!
I’ve been a huge admirer of Myrth Ceramics – I’ve been following them on Instagram for a few years now, and was gifted one of their tumblers for my birthday. So the fangirl in me was jumping with excitement at the idea of a studio shoot with them. Abby and Eric have such a beautiful eye for simplicity and design – their pieces are functional works of art that you get to enjoy everyday. Here are a few shots from their throwing and glazing process.