Hi Everyone I hope you had a great weekend. As I had announced on Instagram last week, I am super excited to share that two of my images have been included in the Typewriter Notecards. The typewriter notes is a box set of 20 different blank cards capturing the timeless appeal of the typewriter. Curated and designed by Janine Vangool from Uppercase Magazine and published by Chronicle Books, these cards feature photographs submitted by Uppercase Magazine readers. If you would like to order a set for yourself, you can go HERE to order.
Here’s the first image that made it:
And one of my favourites that made it also …….. I shot this image with my Polaroid SX Land Camera about 25 years ago when I first started photography. I used a technique called “Polaroid Manipulation” in order to get that effect. So this one means a lot to me and I’m ecstatic that it will finally get some exposure in which is so deserves. Feel free to contact me if you’re interested in seeing more of my artwork.
Not sure about you, but once in awhile you see a house that stops you in your tracks. The moment I set eyes on this home, I fell in love. It was a case of “nothing is going to stop me from taking pictures of this house” I HAD to get to know the owner of this spectacular structure…. Turns out that there was a connection and it also turns out that Laurie (homeowner) is the sweetest person EVER ! She has an excellent eye for design and lucky for me, Laurie also shares the same devotion to black and white decor as I do! Thank you Laurie and Randy for allowing me to come into your home to photograph it. You can see the feature in the latest Style At Home I hope you enjoy this home as much as I did shooting it ~ …….p.s. Laurie is now a great friend
I absolutely love that when building the home ~ YES! it’s a new build, Laurie and Randy reclaimed architectural details from older homes to keep the consistency of what a Craftsman bungalow would boast from the early 1900′s. That my friends, is a beautiful thing. The amount of labour that went into even just fitting all of the doors was a miracle. If you know anything about building, this would probably not be taken on by many builders.