• Coffeeklatch // Creative Entrepreneurs in Their Homes.


    Posted on 13th August, by Dana Tomić Hughes in interior design, online + print, photography. 1 Comment

     

    Let’s be honest – there is no shortage of blogs and websites these days that provide us with a window into the world of creative people and their spaces. Just think The Selby or Paul Barbera’s Where They Create to name just a couple of the big ones. Having said this, there will always be room on the internet for good quality sites which feature delicious photography and stories to match. Enter Coffeeklatch. Launched in September 2011, this site is dedicated to “creative chitchat” with inspiring personalities, featuring beautiful and emotive photography by Bart Kiggen and intriguing stories by Magali Elali.

     


    “Coffeeklatch showcases pictures and interviews with creative entrepreneurs in their homes or daily working environments. Because we believe in diversity, various disciplines are addressed. Coffeeklatch stands for ‘slow journalism using a fast medium’. Just sit back, relax, have a cup of coffee and enjoy.”

     

    I wanted to share with you some of my favourite photos from their recent stories and interviews. I love the way these images capture real people in real, un-styled spaces. So many beautiful and authentic moments. Head on over to Coffeeklatch for many more fine examples.

     


    [Images courtesy of Coffeeklatch.]





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