Fred et Philippe

From Nantes, France.

Fred (right), has been a model for us since 2000 in Los Angeles. 

We have seen him change through our camera’s eye over these many years.

Fred and his husband Philippe are visiting us this week.

We think they are very handsome together.

A Quiet Decency

Designer Bradley Odom, Founder of Dixon Rye photographed in his master bedroom, January 12, 2018.

  •  “We think there is no such thing as subtlety in design…there is only intention and the right mix.”                                                                                                              Bradley Odom, DIXON RYE

Location Scout

We can’t show you the photos from yesterdays Elegant Homes magazine shoot- for that you’ll have to wait until summer.

We can however share a few very recent scouting pix of an upcoming project.

Kitchen, master bedroom and bath, foyer, family room, outdoor living space, and office/study will be photographed in the coming month.

Can’t wait to shoot this.


To all the stylists and designers who make our assignments go smooth and look great.

To all the creative directors, photo editors, and editors in chief who trust our vision.

To our gear support crew at PPR who always got our back.

To all the people who let us into their homes and lives to create havoc and mayhem and take some beautiful photographs.

And to each other for loving what we do and doing it together.

Winding it down- wrapping it up

Well… another year has come and is soon to be gone, but we’re not done yet.

We’re on assignment in Atlanta for Southern Home magazine. 

And yes, it’s a holiday story! How’d you know?

We’ve got a couple more shoots this month then it’s time to party.

Oh- you thought we partied all the time? 

ˈtaktl + ˈviZH(o͞o)əl

tactile |ˈtaktl | adjective - of or connected with the sense of touch

visual |ˈviZH(o͞o)əl | adjective - of or relating to seeing or sight

They come together when you can hold the photos in your hand. 

You can pass them to the person sitting across from you- hang them on the wall- stick them to the fridge- carry them in your wallet- put them in a tray on your coffee table and watch the reaction on your friends’ faces as they dig through them.

There is a visceral sensation not present when viewing photos on a phone…

Think about that.

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