From Wikipedia | “When applied to the cinema, mise-en-scène refers to everything that appears before the camera and its arrangement—composition, sets, props, actors, costumes, and lighting. The various elements of design help express a film’s vision by generating a sense of time and space, as well as setting a mood, and sometimes suggesting a character’s state of mind.”

A friend came by my studio a few days ago, and captured these images. I spend a lot of time – most of my work time, really – thinking about how a space will impact those who ultimately live their lives in it, but I haven’t given my own work space much objective consideration in a while. Seen through her eyes, I guess the sketches, pin boards, books, and, well, the fair amount of random crap that’s scattered around the workshop, might be a bit reflective of my design process. Anyway, thought I’d share the captures with you, with apologies for not tidying up first.

(photos | Gretchen Garnett)


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