Let's be honest. When someone thinks of interior decoration the last thing they think about is storm clouds. I get this question a lot: "How does your photography fit into my theme?" And it's a valid question. Take a look around most places at their decor and you probably see some cityscapes, maybe an abstract painting or if it is a photo most likely it's of some local landmark, mountain or beach scenery. Most likely it could be there to match the colors in a room, or could be there to just cover bare walls without any intrinsic value.
That's where alternative decoration in the form of storm or weather photography and landscapes steps in. See, my art is designed to move people who view it. And "moving" people can have a hundred different meanings. Some photos bring power and excitement, some are calming and relaxing. I've had a few people purchase prints and hang them by the front door so on their way out or in they see the photos and it infuses them with a bit of calm and soothing before dealing with the stress of daily life at work, or helps them feel more relaxed after a long day at the office.
On the flip side, some of my photos are full of energy and unique scenes and are great conversation pieces when guests are over. Who wouldn't walk into a room and notice the incredible colors popping out from the wall? Imagine how you'll feel once you were asked where the photo was taken and asked to speak to it a bit. It's art with a purpose.
Back to that question of "How does your photography fit in to my theme?" The great thing about my subjects and the photographs I produce is that they fit well with just about any theme. Of course, if you're into country style, rustic or any western theme it's a natural fit for any of those. There are photos that I've produced that would fit right in with modern styles or even shabby chic. Mostly though it's about attitude. If you are designing for someone and want to bring a bit of edge or pop to their rooms or office buildings my photography is the perfect choice. If you are looking to go a bit more earthy, what better choice than to go with nature in its purest form. If you are looking to minimalize and need to find something subdued, you got it right here. It works for homes, apartments, dorms, businesses, professional offices....you name it.
So it is alternative interior decoration at its best. The great thing about not being a go to style is that it is unique and rare, something you have or can provide to a client that isn't like anything else around. It's an investment in emotion, style and personal flair.
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