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My editing bay



After over a decade of filming, editing, taking photos etc. etc. etc., I've found myself needing to make my editing bay inspiring and also cozy. A place where, when I walked in, I would feel comfortable and efficient.


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But, my office wasn't always this way. One day I walked in and realized, "this room gives me anxiety". I had gear everywhere, cables askew and it just wasn't a warm space. See the "before" image below:


Now this was when it was cleaned! It wasn't bad but it was cold and robotic. Not much creativity and literally no color.

After looking on the gram for a few weeks I decided to spend some cash and redo my office. To invest in the space that I make most of my money sounded like a good idea. And it was!











Here's the wide shot of everything that brings me so much joy now. I feel surrounded by plants and natural woods, a modern faux, exposed concrete wall, some watches and a vintage camera to remind me of the fun things in life.

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A closer look at the office space and you can tell a photographer designed it. The interior design is well balanced, not busy but not minimal.

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This is also where clients come to view updates on projects, make changes or to just discuss what's next. Maybe one day you can see it in person while we talk about our next project, together!

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