Walking into people's homes is a look into their lives. Over the last few months I have been spending more time visiting people at their homes, photographing the things they would take if their house was burning. In addition to photographing their things, I always snap a few shots of their interiors to test the light. At first, I didn't realize that I was taking this very similar photograph over and over again. I guess people like certain images. Here are some photos I have shot in the last few months through these open doors.
A look at Jimmy Fountaine's, a snowboarding buddy turned hotshot fashion photographer, stacks of negatives at his West Village apartment.
The ladder up to the roof at Jen Turner's, architect and furniture designer, Brooklyn home.
A look into Sandra Wijnberg's, private equity wizard , Berkshire Mass home.
Having a structured visual format helps me distinguish what's actually different. Although these photos are shot in a very similar way, they all feel very distinct. It happened subconsciously, but I'm going to run with it. It's funny how habits arise.
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