Emily Johnston Anderson

Posted on Fri, 13 Apr 2012 by midcenturyjo

 … is one talented photographer. I guess I end up saying something like that every time I wax lyrical about a photographer I feature here on the blog. (I wouldn’t be posting work if I didn’t think it was fabulous. That defeats the purpose!) What I really love about Emily Johnston Anderson‘s body of work is the intimacy she manages to capture through her lens. These aren’t snooty, high falootin’, unobtainable sandcastles in the air. These are lovely, achievable, stylish real interiors and lovely, accessible real photos. It’s how I’d want to live. Emily makes it real and makes me want it even more. Oh that and the light is lovely, dreamy. (Emily’s site is undergoing a new site design so I can’t wait to see what new shots go live. In the meantime there is always her blog… great wedding photography!)

Judith says:

Beautiful shots!! These are some stunning rooms, love them all!

Camera table with lots of vinyls and picture of Andy Warhol – OMG!!! It's the best of the bests 🙂

Cata says:

Very nice!! I love the old door folding screen!!

Mariela says:

Amazing work!, really beautiful!.

JUURI says:

I am dying over every single photo in this post and had to share them like mad on every social media I am on… even though I have lots of other things to do today. AH!

I love the color palette!!! The gray tones add a modern feel to such a rustic space!

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