We were photographing a detached garage which had be remodeled to serve as an entertainment center when we ran accross this workbench that had be repurposed to serve as a vanity. Â In the process of remodeling the contractor discovered this work bench on the property and thought it might be put to use. The project was photographed for HDR RemodelingÂ of Berkeley.
Once again we were back in Marin, photographing another project for Studio Green. The house was built for Gordon Blanding around 1931 as a guest house. Designed by Hearst Castle architect Julia Morgan. If you notice the diamond tiles on the pool deck, these came from the same source as tile used in Hearst Castle. We have a busy week ahead, returning to Tiburon this evening, Belvedere again tomorrow evening, Mill Valley Monday evening, and San Francisco on Tuesday. We’ll be working the holiday weekend to get caught up on a post-production backlog. We may be looking for help soon. If you know anybody that can help with administrative work, Lightroom and Photoshop post-production and social marketing speak up. Business is good. Let’s keep it going!