This fall has been particularly busy, both professionally and personally. Keeping my blog updated has unfortunately been put on the back burner. So if you’ve come looking to see what I’ve been up to, I apologize! Now that the busy season is starting to quiet down I am hoping to get the blog up and running again. If you are on Facebook, you may want to check here for some images of my most recent work. Thanks so much for visiting my blog!
I’m very excited to have been published for a second time in Romantic Homes magazine, along with writer and stylist Charlotte Safavi.
Last week I opened a package full of Home and Design Magazines featuring the DC Design House, a fundraiser for the Children’s National Medical Center. I was really honored to be this year’s official photographer and am really excited that 16 of the 23 images they used for the article are mine! Take a look.
This has been a great week and I’ve really enjoyed working with all the amazingly talented folks who are involved with the DC Design House. It’s been especially exciting this week to see my images of the transformed house in all sorts of media outlets from the Washingtonian, to DC design blogs to the Huffington Post! If you are in the DC area and have any interest at all in interior design you should go! This benefits the National Children’s Medical Center, how can you say no to that?
I am really excited to have been published in the spring issue of Romantic Living Magazine. It was a pleasure working with writer and stylist Charlotte Safavi, Sherry Moeller of Moki Media, homeowner and interior decorator Elizabeth Gibney, and my good friend and fellow photographer Fredde Lieberman.
One of the things I love about being a photographer is that the work can be so diverse. One day I may be photographing a family, another day I may shooting a wedding, and another day it may be interiors for an architect’s portfolio. In this case, the architect happens to be my big brother. Over the next few days I’ll be featuring his work, starting with this grand home he designed in a DC suburb. If you are interested in learning more about Bertin, his website is http://radiferadesign.com/.