I was recently invited to shoot a series of five homes in the Phoenix and Scottsdale areas of Arizona for a builder and architect who had previously seen my work. In the interim, I had been in talks with Fstoppers.com, a website I frequently write and contribute for, to come out and film me to create a mini-documentary on my style and methods of architectural photography. We had the chance to shoot some incredible homes with gorgeous views. In particular, this Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in the Fountain Hills neighborhood, which turned out to be my favorite of the five. With views overlooking Firerock and Four Peaks, it was simply awesome to take it all in while shooting. Eating lunch with the homeowner, architects, and builders with the crew from Fstoppers was a ton of fun and the images are looking like they're going to come out amazingly well. I couldn't have asked for a better combination of sun and gorgeous clouds on this shot. Stay tuned for an update regarding the mini-doc, like I said, we got some incredible footage and I know some of my followers have been longing for a behind the scenes feature like the one that Fstoppers will be creating.
Here's a quick behind the scenes peak at me at work and the home in particular that I was so enamored with: