Stockholm can be almost scarily intimidating, what with its citizens all with model-worthy looks and catwalk-ready fashion sense. But one peek past the perfection and you’ll find a city teeming with some of the friendliest, most creative and accessible people in the world! Stockholm as a place is just as beautiful; it’s a place as easy to explore as it is to love.
This week's location shoot for Precious 7 - The Siwanoy Indians used it as a fishing camp and called it Monakewego –" shining sands". Purchased by Daniel Patrick and Robert and Elizabeth Feake in 1640 (along with the rest of what is now Old Greenwich), it became known as Elizabeth’s Neck. A member of the Ferris family bought the land in 1730, where it remained for more than 150 years.
The perfect home for a free spirit, this industrial structure serves as a modern nest amidst a beautiful forest. With only glass walls separating the interior from the exterior, the lines between man and nature are blurred, creating an organic harmony. Standing on metal pillars that resemble the surrounding tree trunks, it is as if the structure grew on its own.
Rising amidst the Adriatic Sea, the Murano island burns with fiery beauties that have an even cooler finish. The glassmaking techniques of the Murano people have served as a trademark of the exquisite isle for centuries.
We were honored to have the opportunity to shoot our story for Vena Amoris, in The Metropolitan Building, surrounding ourselves in a time almost forgotten… Creating timeless memories…
Encased in a glass pavilion designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Jean Nouvel, this historic Carousel has attracted thousands to Brooklyn Bridge Park since 2011.
Majestic red sand dunes, white surfer beaches, picture perfect mountains, midnight blue seascapes and national parks filled with a wildlife cast from The Lion King. A traveller’s paradise is short for one of the larger and youngest countries in Africa, Namibia.