A buddy of mine here in Canberra was considering selling his house. Over a coffee he asked me: “Is there any real value in hiring a professional photographer to take the photos?” I was so astonished I almost spilled my coffee! After thinking about it for a moment, it struck me that this is probably a question many people ask themselves when in the same situation.
This house truly revolves around the kitchen with five rooms and all the living areas spread evenly around the heart of the home. The kitchen is within easy reach from the entry way, lounge room and even 4 of the 5 bedrooms are just a few steps away. That doesn't mean this property is on the small side however.
As a real estate photographer I get to see many houses. Most houses don't stand out that much from one another. Occasionally you come across a magical house that for you, has that little something extra. Of those houses, this one in Duffy St Ainslie stuck out as one that I would love to live in. It's magnificent.
A big job and a tight deadline.
Adshel provide advertising at bus shelters across Canberra's bus network. They have 150+ sites and cover all major town centres. I was originally, upon confirmation, going to get two weeks to shoot all the bus shelters in Canberra which feature Adshel advertising. That didn't end up being the case.
We have some resident Cockatoos that like to visit us every single day. It might have something to do with us regularly putting seed out for them or it could just be that they like us. I like to think its the latter.
I've mentioned this before on the blog but I really like timber. It brings a bit of nature into what would otherwise be a cold office or home. Rork Projects and the designer for the new ANMF office did a great job pulling this together.