Interview With Sandra Tripp – Huntsman Architectural Group
Huntsman Architectural Group has been a great client to work with. We are very excited to share a recently completed video interview with Huntsman’s new Principal Sandra Tripp. We sat down with Sandra to discuss her passion for design and her vision for the new Aquent headquarters in Boston, MA.
311 Summer Street – Boston, MA
Walking around Boston there are many brick buildings throughout the city, its part of what makes the city so great. 311 Summer Street is the perfect example of an iconic building located in one of Boston’s historic neighborhoods. We recently had the opportunity to work with the team at Boston Realty Advisors to photograph interiors and exteriors that showcased the property. Along with the images we also put together a video that explores the ins and outs of the building. The addition of time-lapse footage shows just how full of life the building, streets and sidewalks are on a busy day. We are stoked with how this project turned out. It is a perfect example of marrying motion and stills together to create a cohesive and seamless result.
You can see the finished project at 311summer.com
Architecture in Motion – Spurwink Retreat
We are really pumped to finally lift the veil off a project that has been in the works for over two years now. Architecture in Motion is a documentary video that explores a recently completed oceanfront retreat in Scarborough, ME. After many months of planning and scouting, we spent two days shooting stills and framing up all the compositions that were decided upon in scouting. We followed up each still composition with a video sequence so we could seamlessly match the two in post production. Because this project had such a unique setting we also captured aerial footage to help give a sense of scale and location that wouldn’t have been possible if only filming from the ground. We hope you enjoy!!
Interior Photos | Elements | Caleb Johnson Architects + Builders
Biddeford is going through a bit of a revival and one of the best examples of that is Elements coffee shop in downtown Biddeford, ME. The space was designed by Caleb Johnson Architects + Builders and is located on Main St. in a formally unoccupied commercial space that sat empty for years. We spent the day with Caleb and his team capturing 8-10 interior photos that not only featured the overall cafe but also the details found throughout the space. Below are just a few of the compositions from the shoot.
If you’re looking for really good coffee be sure to stop by and get one of their pour overs, its the best in town.
Coffee/used books by day and beer/games/live music by night.
This might be one over our favorite Maine Home + Design covers.
We just finished the edits on three additional images from our trip to San Francisco, CA and we are really stoked with how the came out. Some of you may recognize the Moscone West as it has hosted several of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conferences and other countless Silicon Valley events.
Contemporary Jewish Museum
On a recent trip to California we spent some time roaming around the city of San Francisco shooting various points of interest. The Transamerica Pyramid is such an iconic structure in downtown San Francisco we new it was something we wanted to capture. Click for larger view.
Transamerica Pyramid Center
New postcards have arrived and they should be hitting mailboxes any day now.
Last year was quite a busy year for us. One project we were particularly excited about photographing was The New American Home in Las Vegas, NV. This showcase home was designed and built by Blue Heron and in partner with National Association of Home Builders’.
The Wall Street Journal just published an in depth article about the project which features some of our photography.
The GO Logic project we photographed in Michigan is still making the rounds on the web. There was an article recently published over at www.archpaper.com that features that project and has detailed write up, go check it out!