Through the Lens | Heidi Lerkenfeldt

7.18.2013

It's nearing the end of the first week of school holidays here in NZ. My boys are pretty boisterous so I experienced a certain amount of anxiety moving into our new home, white walls and all, but I've been amazed at how well they've adapted to the new 'rules'. The layout of the new home means there's some separation, with the boys having their own TV room/area downstairs, but being that they are still little, they spend most of their time upstairs in the open-plan kitchen, dining and living area, close to Mum and Dad. As they get older, I'm sure they'll be keen for that separation as much as us! Right now however, they happen to be down there watching a movie, and after a busy and very noisy morning I'm enjoying the peace and quiet in my upstairs office!

Adding to my sense of calm, I've been looking through the beautiful work of Danish photographer Heidi Lerkenfeldt.  


Incredibly talented, Heidi is responsible for the stunning styling shoot of Danish brand Gubi that I featured in this post. Here are a couple more...  



Working predominantly in interiors, Heidi's clients include IIlum Bolgihus, Tine K Home and By Nord. These next photos feature the amazing studio spaces of Danish label Beck and Sondergard.




With an incredible eye for the finer details, Heidi beautifully captures the understated elegance of these interiors. Known for her perfect compositions, she favours soft colour combinations and as these next photos show, the results are simply exquisite.






Working across other genres such as lifestyle and fashion, Heidi's food photography also blows my mind. My mouth waters looking at these photos, which demonstrate remarkable clarity. 



You can see more Heidi's work on both her website and the agency Stillstars. 

4 comments:

  1. Oh Michelle, what stunning photography - I'm simply in awe! That photo of the cup cake is perfection in every sense. Thanks for the introduction. I'm going to do a little pinning now. Mel x

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  2. Gorgeous, the soft colour palette is so pretty. I'm a sucker for large framed photography, so the first pic is my fav. x

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  3. Your story really struck me. My son and I are both writers. We have pulled our talent together to create our first novel. He was 10 at the time we wrote the book.

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