Raised by the influence of two artist teachers, Emily Gilbert grew up in a creatively rich environment. Home was an old blue farmhouse in northern N.J. that Emily lovingly refers to as her, overloaded prop shop where her journey into multi-mediums began. Beyond her artfully honed childhood, Emily explores sculpture to graphic design while attending college, ultimately receiving a Degree from NYU in experimental theatre. Emily then went on to intern with the renowned Julie Taymor, Director of “The Lion King” and “Frida.” As a result, Julie introduces her to the world of film and television which led Emily to life as a Set Dresser and Prop Stylist. Although grateful for the opportunities afforded her, Emily found herself searching for professional stability and consistency. Little did she know that the advice of a family member would soon take her back to a birthday gift she received in high school…“Emiliy, you should be a photographer!” Those words resonated with Emily and now she is capturing her various interests and fascinations with the lens of a camera. Her passion for interior and exterior environments coupled with a history as a Set Dresser naturally evolved into the art of Interior and Architectural photography.
|How I love a planked ceiling, especially with this stunning light fixture dancing below it. This space is so inviting with a sofa that's easy to climb into!|
|Al fresco is always a lovely option, especially when the space looks like this!|
The beauty of the architecture is perfectly framed in this image.
|Love these potted feathers! A lovely autumn accent.|
Always a dramatic statement in black and white!
Today Emily Gilbert is a successfully
based Interior and Architectural photographer with an impressive client list. Established and living in New York Emily Gilbert’s layered experiences will undoubtedly lead her on her global journey and I’m sure Ollie her Boston terrier will be with herJ Brooklyn, N.Y.