Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Stylist Eva Lindh

November 6, 2010






Damernas Varld


Cross over


Damernas Varld

Cross over



Eva Lindh


Artist home / Jessica Zoob

June 19, 2010

The successful painter Jessica Zoob and her husband David, a theatre director, made the decision to leave London with their two daughters and move to Lewes in Sussex. They bought a contemporary terrace house with a garage. Having been a set designer Jessica turned this very small house into a light, airy and practical home for her family, and the garage next door into a light filled studio. She has also turned a nondescript back yard into a charming garden!

Paintings in hallway

Painting on modern living room wall

Tidy bedroom

Modern shower in bathroom

Wooden kitchen interior

source: narrative

Written and styled by Gabi Tubbs

Photographed by: Polly Eltes

Artist home / Margaret O’Rorke

June 19, 2010

“my kind of home”

Ceramist Margaret O Rorke lives and works in her fifteenth century hall house in Oxfordshire. The house is furnished with plain wooden doors, simple oak furniture and graphic artworks – all of which provide a contrast to Margaret’s dazzling, light-emitting porcelain creations.

Oak beamed kitchen with York stone flagstones with black Aga in Inglenook fireplace

Glazed ceramics displayed on wooden beam in plastered wall above wooden armchair and stool

Margaret porcelain light sculpture Vertical Pods hanging behind smoke covered open hearth Inglenook fireplace

Margaret O’Rorke sits beneath her hanging lights, Horizontal Pods, upstairs in her open plan living space of the oak beamed medieval farmhouse

source: Narrative

text: David Miles

photography: Jan Baldwin

Home interiors

May 29, 2010

On the page of Sarah Kaye there is a thought:

I have discovered photography. Now I can kill myself. I have nothing else to learn. – Pablo Picasso

by Polly Wreford

by Polly Wreford

by Nato Welton

by Tim Evan-Cook

by Tim Evan-Cook

by Joanna Henderson

source: Sarah Kaye

Evening sun

May 21, 2010

marvelous feelings watching the evening sun on the sea




Eruption in Eyjafjallajökull

April 18, 2010


Workspace Inspirations

April 18, 2010

Natural light is always the best choice in the workspace. Adore all the windows around and all the long tables, to have enough space to do different things – like some kind of multitasking. Different chairs and a sofa are obligatory :-)

Architect table for important projects.

A small workspace in the corner of a room. Well organized in one big sideboard.

A reading room beside the working space. Perfect.

Really well-organized shelfs helps to do things faster – you find what you are searching for anytime you need.

images: Douglas Friedman

James Merrell

April 10, 2010

James Merrell‘s work

via: sfgirlbybay

Chocolate addicted

April 10, 2010

Do I have to add something ? :-)

photos by Jane Peters

Paul Massey

April 10, 2010

“Paul is one of the most respected photographers in his field, and has acquired a reputation of gaining the confidence of his subjects many of whom have specifically requested working with him time and again. Over the years he has received numerous awards for his work including winning the Ilford Features photographer of the year three times, British Picture Editor Feature Photographer of the year three times and many other single image awards.

Paul’s lifestyle and interiors photography is regularly featured in books and magazines in the UK and internationally particularly in Elle Decoration, Living Etc, GQ, Vogue, The Times, Observer, The New York Times and Paris Match. Paul’s work has featured in advertising campaigns for Vodafone, Conran, Debenhams, Phillips and Swarovski.”

paul massey photography