On Assignment: Kitchen remodel by Cross

17 10 2015

Nunn Kitchen© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.

On Assignment: Indoor/outdoor living area by Cross Construction

28 01 2015

Earlier this month I photographed an indoor/outdoor living space remodel by Cross Construction here in San Antonio, Texas. Previously, the area where the hardwood floor is now was cement and was part of the outdoor patio. Access to the patio was through a pair of French doors. In the remodeling process, walls were knocked down and the living area was extended, then the folding/sliding doors were added. The owners had a dining room table in this space, which was moved in order to get an unobstructed view for the photographs. Can you imagine how inspiring an art studio would be in a space like this?

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Folding Doors Renovation

On Assignment: Kitchen remodel by Cross Construction

27 10 2014

I love the mosaic backsplash in this kitchen I photographed in San Antonio earlier this month. Check out more remodeling projects by Cross Construction here: http://crossconstructionsa.com

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Mosaic Kitchen

On Assignment: Dreamy kitchen by Cross Construction

27 10 2014

I photographed this gorgeous kitchen earlier this month in San Antonio, TX. I’ll take it “as is,” including the cat! The beams were actually created from scratch by distressing new wood—I bet that was a fun project!

They made the beams from scratch because ‘real’ ones would be too heavy to try and get into the space. These are hollow beams that were ripped, then distressed with chains, wire, brushes, burned, and whitewashed/painted.

Check out more projects here: http://crossconstructionsa.com

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On Assignment: Rooftop terrace #2

13 10 2014

This is the second rooftop terrace, photographed a few weeks ago for a client. This terrace has a view of both the Capitol building and the Washington Monument!

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APA Terrace 2

On Assignment: Rooftop terrace #1

7 10 2014

A few weeks ago, I photographed two beautiful new terraces on the top of an association client’s building. If I worked at this place, I’d find it awfully hard to come back inside after a lunch on the rooftop! This is the smaller of the two terraces…photos of the larger one to come…

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The Lady of the Lake in Celebrate Home Magazine

3 10 2012

In mid-July I photographed a beautiful log home on the shores of Lake Anna in Virginia. I haven’t done a lot of architectural-type photography, so I knew this would be a challenge. Heeding the advice of my long-time photography mentor, Brian Loflin, I put my camera on a tripod and used really slow shutter speeds to utilize just the ambient light available in each room. I added the human element by having homeowner Marion move through the frame, creating a blur of activity. She serves as a kind of apparition, reinforcing the mythic role of “the lady of the lake.”

You can read Barbara Kelley’s feature about the Fonti family’s beautiful log home by clicking the link below to download a pdf designed for two-page spread viewing (best viewing, especially for her feature).

CelebrateHomeMagFall2012 Spreads

Click the link below to download a pdf designed for single-page printing:

CelebrateHomeMagFall2012 Pages

Want to order a print copy of Celebrate Home Magazine? Click here, then sign up for a free magcloud.com account. You can download the FREE pdf or purchase a print copy on this link.

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