CARLO CAROSSIO is a travel, architecture and fine arts photographer based
in Torino, Italy. He worked as a painter and art restorer before focusing his
attention on the world of architectural photography. His work has appeared in
many top international design publications.
SAXON HENRY, a journalist with a passion for design and architecture, has
written for numerous publications and is the author of Four Florida Moderns,
a look at the Sunshine State’s brand of modernism. She co-founded adroyt,
a new media consultancy, and publishes her travel exploits on her blog
Roaming by Design. Her article on designer Taylor Borsari in this issue makes
this one of those rare times she is glad that what happened in Las Vegas is not
staying in Vegas!
After a career in public relations and publishing, KARYN R. MILLET picked up a
camera in 2002 and has never looked back. Her work has appeared in House
Beautiful, Traditional Home, Country Living and Conde Nast Traveller UK, to
name a few, and she has had four solo shows of her photographic artwork.
A winner of the Stars of Design Award for Photography, Millet photographed
The Well-Dressed Home (Clarkson Potter) and is now working on her fourth
book. Artist Francis Davis Millet, who perished on the Titantic, was her great
DURSTON SAYLOR served as a contributing photographer for Architectural
Digest for 18 years and has contributed to The New York Times, Architectural
Record and Architecture. His photography has appeared in more than 50
books on architecture and interior design, and he is currently producing a
book on the work of designer Thomas Pheasant for Rizzoli. He is the recipient of
the 2012 Stars of Design Award for Photography.
DENISE (“DE”) SCHOFIELD is a contributing writer for Florida Design and Miami
Home & Décor magazines, and has been published in LUXE Interiors + Design,
Robb Report Exceptional Properties, Metropolitan Home, Southern Accents,
Palm Beach Cottages & Gardens and Home Entertainment Magazine.
TIM S TREE T-POR TER is an award-winning architecture and design photographer
and author. He has worked for most of the world’s leading design magazines,
including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor and The World of Interiors. Tim has
written and photographed six books on design and architecture. Rooms to
Inspire in the City and Rooms to Inspire in the Country (both Rizzoli) are written
by his wife, Annie Kelly. Their latest collaboration is Rooms to Inspire by the Sea
MICHAEL WEBB, the author of 26 books, was born and educated in London,
where he worked at The Times and Country Life before moving to the United
States to become programming director of the American Film Institute.
He now lives in Los Angeles in a classic Richard Neutra apartment that was
once home to Charles and Ray Eames.
EMILY WREN, who lives in Philadelphia, has a degree in photography from
the Rhode Island School of Design and freelances for a variety of publications
and companies. She also runs a small urban farm where she grows vegetables
and raises chickens for her community.
MONICA ZERBONI, a freelance journalist who lives and works in Rome, has
always been fascinated by interior design, decoration, languages and writing.
After a long-term stay in the Netherlands and Germany, where she was a
correspondent for top Italian design and architecture magazines, she returned
to Italy in 2000. Since then she has been working with noted photographers
and designers, writing stories about the Italian way of life and contributing to
books and magazines around the world.