This private residence in Southampton, NY, designed by OZA / SABBETH, is filled with gorgeous light and details, spacious and cozy at the same time.
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 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.
The William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock AR was designed by architect James Polshek. It is the first federal building to receive the LEED Platinum Certification, and one of only 30 such buildings in the world. Fun fact, there is an apartment on the roof where Bill Clinton actually stays when he is in Little Rock. Sadly he was not there when we were.
Here are some shots from a shoot we just finished in Galveston Texas at one of our favorite resorts, Moody Gardens. It was great to get out of the cold and down to the gulf coast. Moody Gardens is a unique resort with its own aquarium and rainforest held inside of huge pyramids. If you're ever down near Galveston check it out.
We've been in Washington DC several times this year for shoots. We kept noticing that the Washington Monument is being repaired and is covered with scaffold. Strangely, it actually looks even cooler this way, especially when lit up at night. So on our last trip to DC we decided we had to photograph it, knowing that it may never look like this again. While we were at it we decided to photograph some other well known monuments (the Capitol Building, the Jefferson Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial). We shot all of them at twilight. To make the Lincoln Memorial a little different we shot it from the back side. There was a delivery van parked in front which at first we were disappointed about, but in the end we think it makes the shot unique and adds a little bit of fun to it. We hope you all enjoy the series.