Wilson Associates


“Love love love the website!”

“You’re fully part of it!!!”… That was the deeply gratifying response from Olivier Chavy – the president and CEO of Wilson Associates – to my raving feedback to him about the company’s new website. This story, however, is not about a new website. It’s a story about reshaping a world class interior architectural design company’s already immaculate image to fit the future of the world of luxury – one that, in Olivier’s words, is becoming “increasingly connected and dynamic”. To me, the thrilling part of the story is that I had a very unique and extraordinary opportunity to be part it.


Fate and a great endorsement from a friend and a loyal client put me in the path of Olivier, an inspiring leader with a vision, resolute about re-positioning his firm for the future. To that effect, the company was starting a major re-branding initiative that focuses on the people behind the iconic designs. Wilson takes great pride in the diverse backgrounds and immense talents of the it’s associates, and the new vision sought to place them at the forefront of the Wilson brand.


This is where my role in this project came. I was lucky to be invited along for the journey to help create images of Wilson’s leadership and designer team members that were true and candid representations of who they are and of each of their creative personalities. Over the course of three months, I’ve met and photographed Wilson’s leaders in Dallas, New York, Los Angeles, Dubai and Singapore, and I can’t be more thrilled about the opportunity. On top of the immeasurable significance of this experience to me, I consider myself fortunate to have met such an inspiring and talented group of people, and to have established some friendships that I will always prize.


Having met this team and connected with them on a personal level during the photo shoots was a great experience and a privilege. But now, after seeing their photographs integrated with the re-branding efforts in the newly launched website, it all came together. I see the vision clearly translated –  they are the essence of the Wilson Associates, and their candid images complement their bios beautifully to establish that first point of connection in the eyes of their clients.


The rebranded website is now officially launched and I can’t wait to share the details of this photography project. A selection of the images is posted below … look for more to come.



Jeff Zilm

His are by far some of my favorite editorial pictures I’ve shot  for Patron Magazine and other similar projects. Jeff Zilm, the American visual artists and Dallas resident, was featured in Patron’s (latest) issue, and I had the pleasure of photographing him for this feature. Zilm’s art is very unique – he makes paintings that are so minimalist at the surface, but are created based on a very creative and complicated process using film stock, where he transfers cut-up film from reel to canvas. He does that through a chemical process he created that mixes paint with an emulsion base he strips from film to pain his art pieces. The end result is a captivating blend of grays and whites that has a very intriguing and, at times, ”ghostly presence”. Jeff is a highly sought after artist, at times selling pieces that haven’t yet been painted, and his works has been showcased in numerous gallery and museum exhibitions. I thank Patron’s Terri Provencal for the opportunity to capture Jeff and his art at his studio in Dallas.

Editor's Note

It was nice being mentioned in the editor’s note of Patron Magazine’s latest edition. Being acknowledged by the editor and creator of this elegant publication, Terri Provencal, is an endorsement I’m always happy to receive. In the 3 years since the inception of the magazine that covers the art & culture scenes in Dallas, I’ve had the pleasure to work alongside Terri to photograph many of the high profile artists and art supporters featured in Patron. For this issue, I photographed, among others, one of the city’s most pivotal figures in the Dallas art scene today – Dallas Museum of Art director, Maxwell Anderson, contemporary visual artist – Jeff Zilm, and creative chef, author, and educator – Stephan Pyles.

End of School Year

Jude’s last day of school is tomorrow. Hard to believe how fast this year has passed by. We’ll always remember second grade as a great school year for Jude because he was lucky to have an amazing teacher that helped him make the best out of it. Thank you Ms. Hart for being a perfect mix of firm, loving and patient. It couldn’t have been as easy as you made it seem.

Moore OK

May 20th marked the one year anniversary to the EF5 tornado that struck Moore Oklahoma and some other areas around it in 2013. Many fatalities and injuries were the result of the tornado that stayed on the ground for 39 minutes crossing through heavily populated neighborhoods and schools. People from all around the nation came to help Moore with grieving and cleaning. I went to visit a couple of weeks later to see, and i still, till now, in shock with what i saw and how severe and deadly nature can be. These few pictures can not show, even though expressive, the severity of the situation when i visited.