Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Francois Halard

If you read decor magazines and books and web sites, you will recognize the beautiful work of the photographer Francois Halard. I've done a little round-up of some favorite images (all photos by Francois Halard). Stay tuned for more of this talented photographer's work later this week.

The color and layering int his room are perfectly captured by Francois Halard

This looks like a roof top dining fantasy

Objects on a desk - not as easy as it looks to style and photograph

Reflective surfaces are a challenge to light and photograph

Making odd things beautiful

Looks like a lovely guest room

Ever since the greats like Billy Baldwin used magnolia and gardenia leaf green walls they always come back in style

Wood paneling can look good

Another pretty bedroom - note the animal accessories showing up

The best entry hall photo

The view through the branches is a masterful composition

Symmetry captured perfectly

Capturing the details is an art form

François Halard was born in 1961 in France but now spends time between homes in New York and France. He studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Soon after, he began working for Decoration International, and then with Conde Nast art director Alex Lieberman. In 1984, François moved to New York City where he began regular commissions for several Conde Nast publications, including American Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ, and House & Garden. (from Wikipedia).

Trish South Management represents Francois Halard.

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3 comments:

  1. Great post! Everyone of those photographs look like a work of art! Truly talented photographer at work. Thanks for your brilliant observation!

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  2. stunning work!

    come visit soon.

    michele

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  3. Gorgeous shots Valorie... I was inspired for MY DAILY CLICK today... Thank you... xv

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