When marketing budgets are tight, one of the best ways to effectively reach thousands of potential customers is to have a project featured in a prominent magazine. The publicity associated with an article touting your design and construction prowess by a widely read national or regional publication is truly invaluable and can lead to new work and business opportunities that are seldom achieved by self-promotion alone.
scouting shot of patio
scouting shot of front elevation
scouting shot of master bedroom
scouting shot of great room
Editors are always on the lookout for interesting stories and standout homes to feature in the pages of their magazines. Our long history of supplying assignment and stock photography to national and regional publications puts us in a unique position among photographers to ascertain the types of projects, design styles, and architectural elements different magazines tend to favor for their readership. Over the years, we have developed close working relationships with many of our contacts in the publishing industry. Through experience, we’ve gained the ability to evaluate and gauge the best fit for homes with regard to the editorial content magazines are looking to publish, as well as the target audience our clients are trying to reach with the exposure of their work.
If you have an architectural or interior design project that you believe merits publication, we invite you to send us snapshots to review. Images do not need to have been photographed by a professional (that’s where we come in), but comprehensive documentation increases the odds that your project will attract the attention of magazine editors that literally see dozens of homes cross their desks every week.
rear elevation by roger wade
front elevation by roger wade
master bedroom by roger wade
great room by roger wade
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In addition to sending shots of the major rooms, unique interior details, exterior elevations and surrounding property, please include a written description of the home, detailing the size, location and homeowner contact info, interesting materials, construction methods and/or furnishings used (reclaimed wood, SIPs, art collection, etc.), names of the principals involved (architect, interior designer, builder, log/timber supplier, etc.), and any other pertinent information that you think may make for a compelling story. The more information we have on hand to pitch your project to editors, the better the chances are that a magazine will take an interest in your work. Email or snail mail us your projects and, together, we can discuss publication potential as well as the marketing opportunities available from having your project professionally photographed.