I used to think that making a photograph of a room was easier than making a photograph of a person. After all, you don't need to coax a smile out of a sofa, or worry about which is the best side of a refrigerator. However, I've learned that it's just as hard, but for different reasons, and I find it immensely satisfying to produce pictures which represent not only what a space truly looks like, but how it feels to be in it.
It takes careful planning of light and shadow, and subtle movement of the furniture to make not only an accurate representation of the room, but a compelling one, too.
If you have any questions about my interior photography, please don't hesitate to contact me.