Work.place

Have you seen the amazing blog project, Work.place? I love it! Lovely Portland lass, Carlie Armstrong, is popping by the studios and workspaces of Portland creatives, interviewing them and taking gorgeous photographs on a Yashica-D camera. Work.place is a completely film-based effort and Carlie’s stunning documentation is as inspiring as her enigmatic subjects.

I love these recent images for Portland artist, Emily Counts. Read about Emily and see more of my community’s phenomenal talent at Work.place. ♥

Images courtesy of Work.Place(Photography by Carlie Armstrong. Art by Emily Counts.)

 

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10 Responses to “Work.place”
  1. Marisa says:

    I love this project. Studio spaces are inspiring and it’s also comforting to know that others have studios that are as strangely organized as mine!

    • Jen McCabe says:

      Ha! That’s funny. I slowly unravel as the house gets messier throughout the week. It’s so much nicer to work in an organized space!

  2. jena says:

    I just discovered this project recently too, I love it! And her photos with that medium format are just dreamy.

  3. I love these ladies! Emily is a sweetie. Carlie is awesome. What a great feature!

  4. Wynde Dyer says:

    Love you. Love Emily. Love Carlie. Love the hard core Golden Rule representation on WorkPlace!

  5. Colleen says:

    Amazing pillows! Fabulous work by Emily Counts & Photos by Carlie Armstrong!!