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Miami Interior Architecture with L.A. style

Crisp lines and sensual curves accent an incredible, state-of-the-art law office overlooking downtown Miami.  This photography assignment, brought to us through Los Angeles-based interior design and architectural firm, AREA Architecture, is one of my personal and recent favorites.  Dynamic art, gorgeous woodwork, a subdued color palette of warm grey and midnight blue, golden wood-grained columns alongside onyx walls create an interior space which was at once inspiring and challenging for us to photograph.

Working with Los Angeles designers was also a real treat.  I have included several of the photographs which I feel best tell this stylish, bold and whimsical architectural narrative.

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Florida Interiors Photography – Modern elegance meets Mediterranean style

Brett Sugerman and Giselle Loor of b+g Design were inspired to add warmth and modern elegance to this Mediterranean – style home. Using custom millwork and a sophisticated palette of finishes and materials, they took a rather blank canvas and transformed it into a stylish family home. Now both liveable and beautiful, the result is b+g’s signature marriage of traditional architecture and contemporary interiors.  This shoot brought out a more naturalistic approach to our photography as we were extremely minimalist in terms of our approach to lighting.  Our compositional approach was also very clean, and reflected the architectural lines of the home.  I think the designer/photographer collaboration allowed for the creation of some truly memorable images which conveyed the beauty of light, color and texture within a modern residence.

We were really pleased that LUXE Interiors and Design Magazine published a wonderful editorial for this shoot.

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Florida Architecture & Interior Design at Twilight

6:45 P.M.

Twilight imbues the South Florida shoreline with intense blue and violet hues.  This is my favorite time of day to be certain, as interior lighting begins to find its harmonious balance with the last few moments of the magic hour’s natural glow.  Photographers and painters alike have been creating mysterious, compelling and yes, “magical”, images during those elusive moments at dusk.  The “blue hour” as it some call it, is particularly effective for architectural and interiors photography because it enables the photographer to find a balance in the natural and artificial light and in this way, color and exposure can be controlled.  When I was shooting independent films years ago, we created some of the most amazing footage for both color as well as black and white films during twilight.  Of course, some of these images are also captured before sunrise, as well.

For me, when shooting interior design, twilight photography is a very effective way of creating ambiance within the interior space, while maintaining a sense of mystery and mood through visible windows.  Looking out into inky black nothingness can be dramatic, but arguably less beautiful as those deep blue hues.  Likewise, when shooting exterior architecture, waiting for the absolute perfect moment to capture a commercial building, or residence allows the interior of the space to glow while maintaining visual balance with the natural glow and accent lights on the outside of the structure.

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Interior Architectural Photography – Miami Shoot

The new year has brought with it some wonderful new opportunities, but this recent job is a collaboration with a client with whom I have worked for many years.  This stunning interior design job yielded 20 photographs and I have selected just a few for sharing because they feature some amazing paintings as well as sculptural art.  It is always an honor for me to work with prestigious clientele.  The most satisfying challenge as an architectural photographer is exploring the relationship between photography and design.  This clean, contemporary interior was complemented by bold and colorful artwork as some of the below photographs illustrate.

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