New Construction on Mesa Verde

This custom built home was tastefully staged and was ready to be photographed.  This is a re-shoot of the interiors highlighting the open nature of the floor plan.  I enjoyed photographing this home but was admittedly challenged to balance the ambient light and my handheld flash.  

Lost and then Found..ers

I was lucky enough to shoot a home in the new subdivision, Legacy, in Eagle Idaho.  This  was a 4725 square foot home on West Founders Way.  Holy Smokes, it was big, but I had a lot of fun shooting it.  The interior was a bit tricky because of the heavy architecture, cove ceilings, HUGE windows and dark wood.  But I always love a good challenge and was very pleased with the outcome!  Here are a few of my favorites from the shoot.  WOOT!

Shenandoah Court

Inspired by the high desert rock formations of Owyhee Desert’s Leslie’s Gulch, this house was designed with the philosophy of using the site,  a dramatic steep slope and trapezoidal shape, to define the house.**

What fun I had shooting this one!

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Settlers Way

A lot of my shoots are in, what I would call, the far reaches.  I get to travel to distant lands (well sort of, but not really, but it sounds good!) to photograph houses -- in hopes of helping the owner/agent to sell their house.

I was fortunate enough to travel north on Hwy 21 to Idaho City to shoot this'middle of nowhere' house that was just an excellent road trip. 

My assignment was to shoot the exterior shots, while my boss, Tony -- the Wizographer of Middle Earth, shot the interior.  

An exceptional home, in the middle of Nowhere!

How lucky am I?

And so it begins...

I've always wanted to start a blog, but never had the time to do so.  Well, I've made time!  In preparation for my impending trip to Spain, I thought -- let's do this.  I wanted to get a little practice using the blog interface before I hit the road so I thought I would post a recent photo shoot I did recently of a home located in Meridian, Idaho.  Enjoy!