Talk to any good interior designer and they will be quick to tell you that when it comes to showcasing their talents via blog, portfolio, magazine, etc., their work is only as good as the images presented. Of course, the design can be spot on…but if the lighting is off or the composition is lacking, it just doesn’t translate well to the consumer. Enter Tessa Neustadt, one of my fave photographers in the interior design world. You may have seen Tessa’s work for the equally talented Amber Lewis of Amber Interiors, but she’s also worked with the likes of Sarah Sherman Samuel and Emily Henderson, to name a few. Even in taking a quick peek at her portfolio, you’ll notice that she has the ability to make any space feel open, airy, and expansive. And, let’s be honest, her lighting is downright phenomenal.
If you’re new to Tessa’s amazing work, I’ve included a few of my favorites below. But be sure to check out the rest of her portfolio here. You won’t regret it!
*All images courtesy of Tessa Neustadt.
Mindy Bucklew/Simply Grove Contributor
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