With so many creative and interior design ideas to see, here’s a peek at this beautifully designed room…
“Beyond the customary shots of the room – showing the wider angles to get a sense of how the room is laid out – I wanted to capture the ‘feel’ of the room. Nikki achieved this through close ups and little vignettes of the elements going into it such as the textured wallpaper, the interesting decorative items and the upholstered furniture.”
“The inspiration was from places our client had visited or stayed in that she loved, such as Soho House hotels also travels to Africa and Asia. She has a fairly eclectic style and having had much of the house interior designed over a number of years, knew what she liked and did not like. Our brief was a turnkey one; to interpret her interests and style for a living room that would be comfortable, cosy and practical but also had a wow feel as you entered it.”
“Nikki is a star and an excellent photographer from a technical standpoint yet what really elevates her from her peers is her background in branding and marketing. This means that she has an eye for proactively capturing additional images which provide great story telling opportunities for my business’s marketing. Its a win/win!”
I was delighted to be commissioned by Julia to photograph this completed interior design project at a property in Gloucestershire.
I absolutely love the vibe of this room. You know when you walk into a room and you want to lift the whole design and take it home! Well that’s how it felt. The details are so well thought through and the design and style is sophisticated yet at the same time comforting. Quite combination and I’ve no idea how Julia has brought this together but she has. Her creative brain is exceptional at this.
“It is the incidental images that I discover you have taken without being directed.
We have a very good working relationship which means I can trust you to not only take the expected shots, but also those story telling images.”
“We have developed an instinctive working relationship on shoots and at the end of them I always discover that (with no specific direction from me) she had taken lots of little incidental shots that perfectly captures the mood of the room. “
Yes that might sound a little cliched but my goodness its true! I’ve worked with Julia for nearly a year now and we’re already planning shoots 4-6. We have built a wonderful working relationship based on mutual understanding of each others craft and on trust. And in addition to that a lovely friendship which means that when we are working together everything flows seamlessly and its also a lot of fun which offsets the hard work!