Living Spaces photography was born out of my everyday experiences. I took my first photography class well over ten years ago while studying abroad in Sydney (Australia). I also studied in Paris (France), Austin (Texas), and Manoa (Hawaii) before earning my degree in Environmental Design at The University of Colorado in Boulder. I worked in the architecture and city planning industry before following my heart and talent to photography in 2008. I went through the ‘school of hard knocks’ before starting Rendition Studios full time. There is no looking back, this is what I am meant to do. I take on residential, commercial, art, and landscape photography projects.
What to Expect: I shoot HDR (high dynamic range) so each final image is comprised of 5-7 different exposures merged together in post processing. I arrive with a wide angle and macro lens, a tripod, and a step stool. I use all natural light and get the images back to you within a week. Before the shoot I will know which direction the primary facade(s) face so I can arrive in time to capture the best light. I am typically at the property no longer than 2 hours, extra time is available for a fee (see price list guide).
Shoot Day: Residential properties should be staged, lights on, professionally cleaned, and unoccupied when I arrive. Have the property looking like a showroom. Keep the decorations to a minimum and most personal items should be put away. Clean the windows inside and out. Make sure the floors shine and the lamps and fans do not show dust.
Pricing: Based on how impressively varied the Rendition Studios clients are (and I wouldn’t have it any other way)... I will give you a guide but pricing can also be tailored to fit your vision. All pricing will be in written form and I make sure we start our shoot with a complete understanding of the provided services and products. No hidden fees or extra costs. To accurately price your shoot please email with as many project details as you know. These details can include the type of shoot, building orientation, if the images will be of indoor or outdoor spaces (or both); the number of structures to be photographed, if the building is occupied, and necessary turn around time (if any).