My professional photography career started at an e-commerce agency in 2010, but I quickly realized that was not the right job or environment for me. I pursued more creative opportunities before eventually being about to work solely at Studio 29 in 2012.
Fast Forward. It is now 2015 and things are busier than ever. When I am striving to produce great work, there are a lot of things that can affect it. It is not just my skill level OR the amount of caffeine I have induced ((my office is a coffee cup graveyard)) – it is also heavily impacted by the environment around me.
Today I was inspired by WeWork, a coworking space, to share my home workspace with you.
My office is set up in the third bedroom of our home in Milwaukee. I prefer a more minimalist and clean approach to my working environment. The west facing windows gives beautiful light and the alternating White & Dolphin-Fin Gray walls generates a calming affect.
Caleb custom made the work table that I do all of my photo editing at. And he gave me his old work desk that sits in front of the windows. Unapologetically, it always ends up completely covered in ink and paint when I am working on calligraphy or freelance painting work.
My favorite part about my work space is that it is only a short commute down the hallway. 😉 Being at home allows my furry friends to visit me. Kenzo is always by my side and it is so comforting.
Special Details within my space:
Chair: Toledo Chair from Antiques on Second || Huge Bean-bag Chair: Restoration Hardware || Lamp: Pottery Barn || Magazines my work is featured in: Veil + Wisconsin Bride || Magazine I adore: Real Simple || Ocean Side + Sea Salt Soy Candle: Paddywax || Easel: Da Vinci