Sneak Peek

Cropped shot from the forthcoming Fall issue of Atlanta Magazine’s HOME.

Spoiler: Mister & Mrs Sharp residence in Serenbe.

But the best is yet to come…

This is #025

Since October 2016, Owen has been creating assemblages from reclaimed scrap wood gleaned from construction sites, a local custom cabinet maker, and dumpsters around Atlanta. 

At his first public exhibition in Nashville last May, nine of the original thirteen pieces sold. 

Between photo shoots and film work, he has continued to create these assemblages, recycling wood that otherwise would be hauled off to the dump. 

#025 is referred to around here as “Mariana” and was inspired by the Trench of the same name.

For acquisition inquiries, to set up a private viewing, commissions, and media requests, contact us

Assemblage Gallery

Short Film Pre-Production

Pre-shoot tests today on upcoming short film on Dixon Rye-

Angles, coverage, variable frame rates, light, sound…

Good to know going in, just where it is you’re going.

Apartment Bloc

The colors, the stark lines, the overcast day… there’s something whimsical, yet slightly sinister and Eastern European about this shot.

The Skye At Belltown, Seattle, WA.


On assignment shooting a Christmas story.

Complete with the tree, the lights, the drinks, and the models for the wrapping packages party.

Yes we know it’s April.

Winding It Down / Wrapping It Up

Fourth and last day, and we are closing in on the final shots of YOO project. 

On the pool deck, in reflection, late afternoon; Christine styling table top drinks, Anja checking the composition, Owen documenting with the Hasselblad Stellar.

It’s been a wild, productive and fun filled photo shoot.  Thanks to Anja from YOO Design Studio, London, for your warmth, talent, vision and humor; Scott L. of Trillist for putting up with our focused madness; the YOO On The Park” team for your support, and special thanks to our guardian angels Anslee, Elisa and Scott G.

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