Turning the Lens on Artist-Photographer Leslie Williamson

Rachel: Today, we are really fortunate to have a guest who personally is one of my favorite. Well, I want to say intimate space photographers, but one interior photographer that I greatly admire for her work in several books that I purchased the first one a while back handcrafted modern. So I just want to give an introduction to Leslie Williamson photographer- author. And today we’re going to be celebrating the release of her current book “Still Lives: In the Homes of Artists Great and Unsung”. So, so welcome, Leslie.  Leslie: Thank you. Hi, hi.  Rachel: So as we were even talking about in our conversation being in California right now, after quite a few years of traveling. And I’m working on this book, reading this book. And I guess just to start out, we’ve talked about this, but how is it now being settled here in California for you?  Leslie: Well, it’s good. I mean, California has always been my home base. Always circle back here since it’s where I’m from. But yeah, after four years as a nomad I’m happy to have a home, especially because you’re shooting homes. Rachel: And so I guess what I’m going to open … Read more

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