Joseph Schell Photography

Oct 6

Port of Everett-Photography

This past summer I had the pleasure of assisting the Schell Design Group (see more of their work here) to help document their work on a large project with the Port of Everett, in Washington State. The Schell Design Group designed the location of signage, the Port’s wayfinding (designing a system of navigation), historical placards, interactive displays […]

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Oct 6

Salt River Horses-Spring 2014

For almost five years now I’ve been periodically working on a personal photographic project capturing wild horses in the western USA. This past year, I had an opportunity to add to the imagery of the project, documenting the wild horses on Arizona’s Salt River. These horses are surprisingly close to the metropolis of Phoenix, only […]

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Feb 18

OHIO Designs-California Home and Design Magazine

  I recently had the pleasure of photographing OHIO Design Studio in San Francisco’s Mission District for California Home and Design Magazine. The studio prides themselves on affordable, high quality products made with superb design, materials, method and character.

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Feb 12

330 Banks St. Bernal Heights-Architectural Photography

    Every once in a while I come across a truly inspiring space, a selection of materials, and amazing integration of colors and textures. Designed by Architect Karen Curtiss at Red Dot Studio, 330 Banks in Bernal Heights was just that, a blend of exposed wood ceiling, metal framing and railings and tall open spaces […]

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Feb 10

Alaska 2013-Denali & The Kenai

For our annual trip I take with my brothers and father, we headed north to my brother Jakes neck of the wood, good ole Alaska for some camping and fishing.

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Aug 19

Tamarancho Mountain Biking Flow Trail

Get out your mountain bike, dust off your helmet and head north to mountain biking mecca Marin. I took some time to get to know the newly built Tamarancho Flow trail. What’s a flow trail, you ask? It’s a trail designed so bikers will “flow” downhill with ups and downs that counteract each other and […]

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Aug 19

Kite Boarding-Wind, Water and Guts

I recently spent an afternoon out on SF Bay with Kite 415, the only IKO (International Kiteboarding Organization) affiliated school in San Francisco, to get an idea of how to get out kiteboarding on the bay and just how easy it is to do. Senior instructor Ovi Banuta and his professional team were friendly and […]

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Aug 19

Occupational Series-On the Job photos

Here’s a favorite of mine by Lewis Hines I have always been fascinated by historical photographs of the industrial  labor force. Like the iconic black and white image in the ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’ photo, which shows New York construction workers perched on a cross beam high above the city and the work of Lewis Hines documenting industry […]

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Aug 19

Wild Horses of the West-Oregon-Utah-Nevada-Arizona

Several years ago, I stumbled across an article about wild horses in the United States. I found myself shocked simply by their existence: knowing there are thousands of wild horses roaming almost every state in the Western US. Intrigued, I set out with my wife, Anna Schell, and headed up to Cedarville, CA, on the CA/NV border to […]

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Aug 19

New Interior Design and Architectural work

Here’s some recent design photography work for several clients Alden Miller Interior Designs, OHP and California Home and Design Magazine. Enjoy

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