Here are a few of my favorite photos I’ve taken in recent years. Some are on assignment and others are paid portraits and weddings.
I shoot with two cameras, a Nikon D3200 (the camera I bought when I was 16) and a Nikon D750. I am working on building up my light kit and currently have a Nikon SB-700 Speedlight. My lenses are: Nikon 50mm f/1.8 (because everyone should have a nifty fifty) Nikon 80-200 f/2.8 Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 Sigma 10-20 f/4
The stairs are glass and acrylic, beautiful but not the most comfortable to walk up.
These chairs are located at the end of the tour, a bright pop of color before one leaves.
The bright space is toned down for a cafe area.
Cubicles flood upstairs, but many seating areas like this one break up the space.
A large lounge is near offices. The speakers play light white noise for added privacy.
This is a conference area all about the view. Located in Holland, Michigan, Haworth has vast views.
Seating for two, spaced for show and not conversation.
Good spacial grammar is utilized, for the reception desk is hard to miss even among beautiful windows.
Steelcase’s executives work in a space designed for show. Here, they try out new ideas and make collaboration a necessity.
At the center of Herman Miller’s design yard sits a winding grey couch. A few groups of colleagues work there.