Since I am not working in NY right now I thought it would be fun to share my workstation here in Seattle. It’s actually a corner in our bedroom which itself feels like a tree house. It’s such a different environment from our NY office (which we will share sometime soon, we just have to photograph it) and at first the transition was hard but my view of the bay is amazing and it’s a great visual contrast to the computer and all the editing done on there. Most of our time nowadays is spent working with our images so it’s nice to have an environment once in a while that is not very technical. When I am not in NYC , Annabel and I work together via “skype” and we always joke that the only thing we can’t upload is our lunch. It’s a treat to be both in crazy NY and mellow Seattle.
The photos at my desk are a mix of old family portraits and other little trinkets that make me happy.
ed. note: If you’re interested in showing off where YOU work, drop me an email!
[images by Belathée Photography]
A few weeks ago I asked some of my favorite people in the wedding industry to share a peek into their offices…clearly, as an interior designer, its a passion of mine, but as a blogger, I thought you guys might be interested in seeing where your favorite vendors make the magic that we all love! I’m hoping this will be a weekly deal, so stay tuned for more!
Name: Jennifer Behr
Location: Fort Greene Brooklyn
Company: Jennifer Behr
What is your aesthetic? Handmade Elegance
How does your studio style convey your professional aesthetic? Clean White Box Organization, wooden tables, and a touch of whimsical color!
Favorite part of your studio? The Large Open Windows
Where do you go for inspiration? Vintage couture fashion books
What tool do you use in your business that you can’t live without? The big wooden design table!
Is there anything you’d upgrade to? More space…