You can find several Serenbe homes in local, regional and national publications...and a lot of the photos are by a Serenbe resident.
You can find several Serenbe homes in local, regional and national publications...and a lot of the photos are by Serenbe residents. Dave Gallagher, CEO of Capture Integration, hosts regular workshops at Serenbe alongside acclaimed photographer Barry Grossman. People come from all over to learn staging, shooting, and post-production, which has resulted in great shots of past Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles showhouses. Rob Brinson began as a fashion photographer and now focuses on fine art, and if you look closely you’ll find many Serenbe scenes and homes. Ali Harper Wittorf’s work has featured lifestyle scenes and home interiors throughout the community.
Ali was hired by Penguin Random House in 2020, to photograph homes for Anita Yokota’s first interiors book, Home Therapy. Anita is a licensed marriage and family therapist turned interior designer who knows that our surroundings are more than just a reflection of our personal style; how our homes are decorated and arranged can have a monumental impact on our quality of life. During her seventeen years as a practicing marriage and family therapist, she noticed that the state of her clients' homes often mirrored their emotional issues, which inspired her to develop the Home Therapy method: her signature system for creating wellness from the inside out by setting up your spaces to nurture your mind, body, and spirit.
And now, as is typical of worlds colliding at Serenbe, Hills & Hamlets Bookshop is hosting Anita for a book signing. So pick up a copy of Home Therapy (you can buy it at H&H for $35!), and stop by the shop 2-4pm on Saturday, May 20, to meet Anita and Ali and have them sign.
In the meantime, enjoy these interior shots by some of our Serenbe residents.