I had to move quickly, since we only had a 15 minute window to shoot the Future of Flight presentation door designed by Freiheit and Ho Architects. The Boeing Company spared no expense with the design of the presentation door. The door contains over seven tons of glass and is approximately 30’ X 45”. It is an amazing architectural feature of the Boeing Future of Flight facility and was staged with their state-of-the art 787 in view. Once the door was opened, our preparation paid off with having dramatic views and backup cameras in place. When the door was shut, we had the shot ‘in the can.’ It was a thrill to shoot and my client loved the results. I specialize in photography of architecture and interior design for use in magazines, websites, public relations and advertising.
This interior was designed by Ted Tuttle. It appears this month in Elle Decor magazine, the July - August 2011 issue with Courtney Cox on the cover. It was great fun shooting with Ted. His mother dropped in for the shoot as well since she lives nearby.
The crew L-R: Ted, Susan Victoria (Art Director), Linda Humphrey (Field Editor) and yours truly.