chris mottalini

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Children of Nakashima

Originally inspired by a commission from Openhouse Magazine, over the past two years I’ve made a number of trips to the George Nakashima compound in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. I’ve photographed all aspects of the grounds, the various buildings, the landscape, the people, etc. For ‘Children of Nakashima’, I was extremely lucky to be granted access to the very private homes of George’s children, Mira and Kevin. Over the course of two trips, I extensively photographed both homes for a special feature in T Magazine