I was recently honored to be able to shoot the home of Atlanta interior designer, Clary Bosbyshell. Readers of this blog know I've long been a fan of both Clary's work and general style. She's worked multiple times on my all time favorite house in the city. Her work is characterized by Southern grace, modern lines, curated art, and edited traditional pieces. In her living room, I love the sleek lines of the neutral pieces contrasted by the floral patterned chair, which creates a sense of refinement and a nod to Southern femininity. The blue and white patterned ceramics in her breakfast room look so beautiful against the glossy white table, modern light fixture, and antique turtle shells. Clary's true gift is in her ability to edit and create a space where the energy is perfectly simple, welcoming, intriguing, yet classic.Read More
The members of the marketing department at Beacham & Company, REALTORS see thousands of homes a year. This is the only house I remember where the entire group gathered around one computer to look at the photos. They were pinning the photos, saving the gallery for inspiration, and offering to pool money and share the house. It was such validation for me since as I was shooting the home I thought it was one of the best thing I'd seen this year. The layout and space of the home is perfect for the way families live, and all the improvements (especially the master bath) are exactly what people want. By the time I finished shooting I was ready to make an offer. This house is GOOD and will go fast.
More information on the house here.Read More
It's a family affair here on TPL! Today I'm featuring Hailey Lowe Fennell, daughter of Janey Lowe and sister of Elise Baumann :) Hailey is an extremely talented artist from Atlanta. I met Hailey a few years ago, and she helped me realize my dream of getting artwork into a gallery, for which I will forever be thankful. At that time she was in graduate school at SCAD and doing the most interesting projects.
Hailey now lives and works in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. It's been such a joy to watch her grow and become the artist she is today. She has paintings at Gregg Irby here in Atlanta. She is also an instillation artist and did a fascinating exploration of animal interactions with technology, which became her "Machines of Loving Grace" film and video still series.Read More