When you live and breathe with a camera, social isolation can be interesting. I’ve had a lot of time for reflection during these past few weeks. I’ve turned to a new subject- interior photography of my home.
Many of us have extra time on our hands. Like many of you, cleaning my house thoroughly and organizing my place usually takes a back seat to our busy work and home lives. It’s a challenge to balance life, work, and responsibilities. During this pause, I’ve been reflecting on the importance of home. Our interior spaces often reflect our lives and values. Other times, they are a treasure trove of memories. I’ve been working on a series I’ve been calling Spring Cleaning. It’s part spring cleaning and part looking at my own home the way I approach an interior shoot for a client. I’ve got a few images on my Instagram (@papercamera), so please check them out there. They are in my story as well as the feed.
I hope to make this a series, as it’s been fun and interesting to approach one’s home in an objective way. I’ve even started playing around with some video (!!) and might have some posts about that in the future.
Thanks for taking the time. More than ever, thank you so much for being a part of my life and business. You’re really important to me and I appreciate you so much. Wishing you the best and hoping things get back to normal quickly! Drop me a line– I’d love to talk with you!