My interior shoot with Alina Wolhardt of Wolf in Sheep Design was recently featured in the fall issue of Boston Home. Alina had wanted to capture her own home in the South End, which was a beautiful mix of light and dark, old and new, style and color. And of course you add her lovable dog Sophie, who knew how to pose for the camera — because who can possibly resist that face?!
A few outtakes from my shoot for Boston Home of Jessica Knez of All Too Human, a fashion boutique in Back Bay. All Too Human tries to push the boundaries of fashion in Boston by showcasing designers that haven’t been distributed here before. I particularly loved the “magic pill” clutch made by a Lebanese designer. See more of Jessica’s picks over at Boston Magazine.
If you follow me on Instagram, you know from my feed that in addition to interiors and design, I am also obsessed with the outdoors. This wasn’t always the case – I grew up in Philadelphia, and was a city girl until I moved to New England. Then I officially became obsessed with the mountains, nature, and the beautiful vistas here. There’s something very zen to me about seeing and being apart of something that is much greater than myself. Here are a few snaps from the summer and early fall, throughout New Hampshire and Maine.
This bachelor pad, designed by Galyean Vail and photographed for Homepolish, shows that necessity is always the mother of invention. The client, neurologist Joel Salinas, has synesthesia – a condition where triggering one sense can automatically trigger another sense. Since his senses are so responsive, the designer Barbara Vail thought it important that the space feel calming and serene. The result is a loft filled with neutral tones, warm wood, and beautiful plants.
I loved this shoot from earlier in the summer with iD8 Design Studio – Sashya does such a killer job with modern spaces. The clean lines and white space feel so open and airy, and the wood brings so much warmth. (And lovely styling by Shannon Tate Interiors.)