The 4,200 square-foot residence is located in the historic Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, California. Set atop a terraced lot with expansive views of Century City and the ocean, the house embraces the California tradition of indoor-outdoor living with warm, modern simplicity. This stylish home comprises 4 bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms.
Barry Schwartz is a documentary, portrait, and architectural photographer. The business workshop is a distillation of the 15-week class he originated at Pasadena City College, and he has taught at the Palm Springs Photo Festival, and in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City. He is also a professional writer, and has been published in Photo Media Magazine (feature profile of Melvin Sokolsky) and produced thirty-interviews (21,000 words) in the ASMP Guide To New Markets In Photography. As a member of the national board of ASMP, and one of the editors of the Strictly Business blog, he has spoken with innumerable photographers at every level, from student to pro, which has been particularly helpful in understanding what it takes to survive as a creative entrepreneur.
LOCATION: San Francisco + Los Angeles
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The Sela Residence was designed for a young family in Venice, California. Marmol Radziner provided architectural and construction services on this project. To take advantage of the narrow lot, the design uses a series of screens and walls that ensure privacy from the street but allow openness within the site. The house is primarily massed in two […]