A few days ago Molly Visser at John L. Scott Real Estate contacted me to photograph a 5,000 square foot home on about 5 acres north of Bellingham on Patton Road. This is a beautiful home for a family that wants lots of space and privacy. January weather is always a gamble, but even though we didn’t luck out with a sunny day it was still nice enough to shoot from the air with my drone as well as from the ground. Continue reading Big House in the Country
Last week I returned to Bellingham’s Lettered Streets neighborhood to photograph a home at 2309 A Street, just a couple of blocks from where I used to live. It’s a cute little 2-bedroom home I looked at nearly every day for more than 20 years. The owners have taken good care of it, and unlike a lot of older homes its charm hasn’t been remodeled away.
I took it as a good omen when the low winter sun shown through the beveled glass front door, casting rainbows of light on the wood floor in the living room. I caught the fleeting pattern on my iPhone while realtor Jeff Braimes and I were talking with the owner prior to photographing the interior. Catch the rainbow photo on Instagram.
The bathroom has a classic claw-foot tub, but with the addition of a shower.
The kitchen has been updated with new countertops and felt bright, comfortable, and very functional. There’s even a nice breakfast nook, behind us in this photo.
Perhaps best of all was the comment I received from my client, “I am getting so many nice compliments on the images of A Street! Let’s do it again on Wednesday on South Hill.”
Last Friday, April 15, I photographed this nice home on Parkridge Road in Bellingham’s Edgemoor neighborhood for Windermere agent Kristi Thorndike-Kent. The listing went live on Monday, April 18, and this morning I received a text from Kristi:
“Thank you for the great photos of Parkridge…tons of showings, multiple offers and SOLD!!!:)”
Here are a couple of the interior photos. I photographed this home after the sellers had moved out and cleaned.
The interiors were photographed with my 16-35mm lens. The exterior at the top of the post was photographed with my pole-mounted camera for a better view of the yard than was possible from street level.