Warren Heath Photography
Do you know how long I've been wanting to sit down today and write a blog post? Literally all day and it's 11 pm and well, better late than ever. So. How are you? How was your day? Mine is nearly over because remember I'm 6 hours ahead of the east coast now, but my day was good overall. I have some exciting plans in the works and I should be able to make a formal announcement soon -- but both are things that I think will benefit you in some way so no... I'm not pregnant and no, I'm not moving though I'm still hoping I find an apartment. I'm still looking, I "drive by" the big craigslist equivalent over here at least 4,000 times a day -- I'm obsessed! I find myself in the shower looking forward to whether or not any new property will hit that dang website by the time I'm back at my desk. Lame! But it's still fun!
Okay so let's look at some inspiring rooms for a moment, shall we? I thought we'd step into the world of Warren Heath. I found out about him because my friend Tine sent me this great bedroom photo and I asked her to tell me where it came from and she said she thought it was someone named Warren Heath. I googled him and found his website and there was the photo. Stunning! Then I noticed in google that my friend Emma wrote about Warren recently too after she found him in a copy of a design mag she was flipping through. Emma pretty much shared his entire portfolio here so I steal her thunder, but I will share a few of my personal favorites from his portfolio that really speak to me.
Warren Heath is represented by South African agency Frank Features and his work has appeared in top design magazines such as Elle Decoration. Definitely a photographer whom I'd love to observe in action, I imagine on his shoots he really takes a lot of patience as it's obvious from the natural lighting that he really waits for the right moment to capture it in order to convey the mood he's setting... And these locations, wow -- I look at them and wonder why I'm not living in Australia, Cape Town or L.A. as this entire coastal aesthetic really speaks to me and I like all of the clean, modern lines. And by the way, how cute is that Blythe portrait? (images: warren heath)