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We've worked with a couple of photographers who have generously offered their time and fabulous photography to Select Registry.
Inn photography has awarded Christian the opportunity to build on his photographical strengths: interiors, exteriors and food. Chirstian aims for clean, bold lines characteristic of his architectural influences. His aim is to evoke a mood and a sense of life in his work. while he learned the technical aspects of the art in photography school, he attributes his style to years of assisting his mentors - a NYC lifestyle photographer and a Philadelphia based architectural photographer.
Whether photographing portfolios for interior designers or inns throughout the country, Christians' goal is to represent his subjects artfully, while keeping in mind the needs of his clients. On a personal level, he gets a kick out of being part of the process that brings innkeepers success. He absolutely loves and believes in what he does.
Jumping Rocks Photography, founded in 2004 specializes in styling and photographing interiors, architecture, food, gardens and hospitality-related subject matter. From inception, they have fused styling and photo services together, understanding that this symbiosis creates more enticing pictures.
Matthew Lovette, Photographer, and Mark Smith, Photo Stylist, previously owned and operated a successful and nationally-recognized country inn, The Woolverton Inn in New Jersey. Their experience owning and marketing a lodging business brings a useful and unique perspective to Jumping Rocks’ hospitality clients.
Jumping Rocks pictures have been published and reproduced by countless publications and hospitality websites. You'll find them in Washingtonian Magazine, Philadelphia Magazine, Country Living, National Geographic Traveler, Forbes, among others.
They've worked very closely over the years with Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America. Mark has spoken twice at its annual conference and they've photographed nearly 25% of it's 400 member inns.