Gay Gillies brings her love of bee’s and the natural world into her art and ultimately her home. Read more about Gay, see her Bee-centric art and what she has done with her home in this issue of Design New England Magazine. This was a wonderful assignment to photograph. Gay is an amazing artist and opens her bright yellow studio to children and students of all ages to explore painting and sculpture. Take a look at Gay’s website for more examples of her work and information on her art classes.
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This Bay Village Church was almost a rock climbing gym. Thanks to serial renovators Lisey Good, of Good Interiors, and husband Lenny Snyderman this building is now a beautiful town house complete with roof deck and amazing views of the Back Bay. See more of this feature story in Design New England Magazine.
Just in time for Passover! While photographing this incredible Kosher Kitchen for Design New England Magazine the homeowner showed us her handwritten cook book of traditional favorites that her Mother put together for her and her sister. She graciously allowed me to capture it and let the magazine reprint her Grandma’s Matzo Ball and her mothers Chicken Soup recipes.
Kitchen and cabinets crafted by Woodmeister Master Builders.
See this feature story in Design New England Magazine. “Shack Chic” is the beautiful Nantucket Island getaway “West Wind” that Ted & Kim Goodnow (of Woodmeister Master Builders) reclaimed from the dunes and transformed into this simple yet luxurious summer house. Using the greenest technology, of product and process, this “fishing shack” went through an amazing transformation. Ted & Kim worked with Mathew Moger, Moger Mehrhof Architects, and Wendy Valliere, Seldom Scene Interiors Inc.
This incredibly efficient passive home, complete with windmill and solar panels, was featured in Design New England Magazine Spring 2011 issue along with my other feature story “Tall Order”
Built for the next century, this house designed by Boston architect Craig Buttner sits nestled in the woods on Martha’s Vineyard. The house is decidedly modern with it’s roots deeply set in the New England vernacular. It is both wonderfully open and full of light. The day of the photo shoot proved to be a race for the sun. Arriving on a blustery ferry ride to dark skies. The sun miraculously appeared as we drove down the long driveway, but only for a moment. The day was a constant blow of dark clouds with moments of sun. We finished the dusk shot in a heavy drizzle….
Here are a few pages from the story. See the entire article here.