A few years ago I started working with Lee Calisti, a local architect and designer. Lee has an interesting philosophy I connected to immediately. Although I admitted on our first project that I knew nothing about architecture, I knew we had a similar view about how we each approach our respective arts.
Calisti states, "We feel we must understand before we can act. We believe that each site and every project is unique, and it is the firm’s aim to explore the opportunities available and reveal the full potential inherent in each one." I like to take the same approach with my photography that Lee does with his projects... to understand the project, before we approach the starting line.
I thought I would put together a blog with a summary of a few shots from various shoots we've collaborated on to date. One of which includes a modern farmhouse, perhaps the most unique home I've seen of Calisti's portfolio. In fact, one of the images I've captured of this home has been used in multiple magazine publications to date, to showcase its creative use of metal roofing.