A unique project for Hyatt Hotels. A Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotel in one. Each with its own unique style these two hotels share a property in downtown Charleston in the up and coming upper king neighborhood.
The new E. Milton and Denice Johnson Center at Belmont University in Nashville Tennessee. Training the next generation of video producers and sound editors this building houses editing suites, audio mixing and sound creation studios, as well as full size movie theater. A real treat to photograph.
Attic Fire Photographed New York Cities second J. Jill store this time on the Upper East Side. The J. Jill team is alway fun to work with and the spaces unique and full of energy.
Attic Fire had a great time traveling to Boise ID to photograph the new library and student center at Northwest Nazarene University. Another design by ESa Architects in Nashville, this library comes complete with bell tower and coffee shop. The students seemed to feel right at home amongst the historic collection of books and state of the art technology.
Charleston South Carolina's chicest new boutique hotel, The Spectator, blends art and southern comfort to create a unique stay.
Another great project for Lonny magazine. This time the Eclectic Chicago home of designer Julia Buckingham. Its always so interesting to see how a designer gets creative in their own living space. Julia was a total delight to work with as well.
It was a joy to photograph this home on Manhattans Upper West Side for Lonny magazine. Large windows and elegant decor create the perfect atmosphere to relax with a cup of tea and spend time with the kids.
The architecture firm Earl Swensson Associates (ESa) sends us all over the country shooting large projects for them, but one of the most incredible projects we've shot for them was right in their hometown of Nashville. It was their own brand new modern office building called Gulch Crossing. It is in the heart of The Gulch area of Nashville and is a stunning addition to the area.
Attic Fire recently photographed J. Jill's first ever retail store in NYC. J. Jill is very excited to finally be in such an important market as New York. (We're shooting their 2nd NYC store today!) The head creative from J. Jill is an old friend that we hadn't seen in over a decade. It was so much fun working with him and the entire team!
Textile designer Chanee Vijay's stylish Philadelphia row house was inspiring to be in and photograph. Chanee and her interior designer Sarah Chiovarou kept all the historic charm while adding a comfortable and sleek decor with an emphasis on neutral tones and brass accents. This project was just published in Lonny Magazine, one of our favorite clients!
We had the pleasure of working with Marcus Hotels and Marriott while shooting the new AC Hotel in Chicago. Being a former resident of Chicago I love any opportunity to get back there and see my old stomping grounds and hang out with friends and family. This is our second AC Hotel by Marriott that we've photographed and we can't wait to do more!
We just completed a really cool project with Gregory Augustine of August Interiors. This apartment in Philadelphia's Rittenhouse Square neighborhood takes up the entire floor with windows on every side letting in incredible natural light which we were more than happy to work with.
Attic Fire Photography is proud to announce that we now shoot video! Here is our first foray into this new world. Thanks to our client AC Hotel Bourbon / NewcrestImage! [embed]https://youtu.be/ZoIsnUMZ0Qg[/embed]
We recently completed a fantastic project of the AC Hotel Bourbon in New Orleans. This is the first AC Hotel, which is a new Marriott brand, in the US. It was an extremely fun and exhausting project and we will be blogging images from it over the next couple of weeks. We also had our first foray into video work which will will blog later as well. For now we'd like to share the selection of exteriors from the shoot.
We love working with all the great people at Lonny Magazine, and we always get to shoot fantastic projects with them. Here is our shoot in the latest issue of designer Annie Selke's beautiful home in the Berkshires.