By Invitation Only

Still life photographer David Lewis Taylor has a new jewelry & fine accessories feature in this month’s Elle Decor Magazine! The aspirational story provides us a luxe peek into one very glamorous summer soiree. The elegant feature is by invitation only, but fortunately for us (and you), we’re on the guest list. Take a peek below!

Worn & Wonderful

Happy Cyber Monday everyone! Now that the holiday season is in full swing, we’ve got one thing on our mind: SHOPPING. We’re taking advantage of all the incredible deals happening today, thanks to Cyber Monday. And speaking of shopping, take a look at this beautiful story in the latest issue of Elle Decor, photographed by David […]

David Lewis Taylor is Beyond Brilliant

Please welcome our brilliant still life and interior photographer David Lewis Taylor to The Den! David’s clients include numerous magazine publishers, advertising agencies, leading interior designers and creative entrepreneurs. His dedication to the foundation of his chosen media and his embrace of the field’s evolving technology have served him well in his chosen areas of […]

Elle Decor + Honda

Here’s some more great work from prop stylist and set designer Barb Schmidt’s shoot with The Hearst Corporation, sponsored by Honda. These images were featured in Elle Decor Magazine as part of an awesome living room design guide. The story provides us with some fantastic family friend tips on how to make our living rooms both functional […]


Hilary Robertson styled this wonderfully symmetric cover for Elle Decor, shot by unwavering William Waldron.  It really is astounding just how much the image was shot to match the design of the cover.  I just picture them with the cover overlay up on the screen, managing the tiniest details and chosen asymmetries, like the bag on […]

Big Everything

Stylist Hilary Robertson traveled way way out to Big Sky, Montana for this Elle Decor story with the peerless Pieter Esterhosen.  When I asked her about the shoot she said the biggest challenge was getting that many flowers out there.  There aren’t exactly any flower markets in the snowy mountains. But with the help of the NYC-based […]