Edit ModuleShow Tags

Behind the Photo Shoot

A few photos from our recent home shoot in Mission Hills.


Published:

For April's home story, we had the privilege of photographing artist Concetta Antico's home in Mission Hills. Kimberly Cunningham (Senior Editor), Becca Teal Batista (photographer), Jenny Siegwart (photographer) and myself (Associate Art Director) spent half a day with Concetta and her family at their home, which boasts Craftsman details, a gazebo, antique finds, and other design treasures. Here, a few behind-the-scenes photos from our shoot:

Concetta Antico's home

Jenny grabs the first shot of the day. The light was working in our favor for this charming outdoor vignette.

 

Concetta Antico's home

Concetta's cats were the most eager models of the day.

 

Concetta Antico's home

Even the water was artful. We loved these pretty milk glasses!

 

Concetta Antico's home

Becca perfects the styling of the dining table. The final photo of this room is my favorite from the story!

 

Concetta Antico's home

We all gushed over this rug. There may or may not have been a few Instagrams.

 

Concetta Antico's home

Becca shows Concetta how she'll be posing for her "lifestyle" shot.

 

Concetta Antico's home

Good light is a photo shoot's best friend, and this one had lots of it! Doesn't this look like the perfect place to sit on a spring day in San Diego?

 

Earthly Delights

Want to see Concetta's artwork in person? Her next show, Earthly Delights, opens Saturday, April 26 in Mission Hills. For more details, check out Concetta's gallery.

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags

More »Related Stories

Spotlight on Women

Susie Armstrong, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Behind the Scenes Video: Making the July Issue

Sometimes a cover shoot calls for playing in the sand

4th of July 2015 Guide

Where and when to catch San Diego’s concerts, parades, and fireworks
Edit Module

Subscribe to the Blog

 
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags


Cityfiles

Local News Updates And Things To Do In San Diego

About This Blog

San Diego Magazine's editorial staff (Erin Chambers Smith + Erin Meanley + Kimberly Cunningham + a handful of smart, thoughtful contributors)  and web designer (Sanna Coates) blog everything from restaurants and bars to behind the scenes gossip to the best events happening this weekend. Looking for foodie and restaurant guru Troy Johnson? He's got his own blog here.

Recent Posts

Archives

Feed

Atom Feed Subscribe to the Cityfiles Feed »

Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module Edit Module
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Sponsored

Everything is Just Two Wheels Away

Get ready to GO by BIKE!

Go Ahead... Ask McMillin!

At McMillin Realty, we are encouraging you to bring us your real estate questions. We will answer these questions….. for free.
Edit ModuleShow Tags

Most Popular

  1. 2015 Best Restaurants Kick-Off
    Celebrate San Diego Magazine’s Best Restaurants issue with an evening of indulgent bites and chef encounters
  2. Farm to Fable
    Deception, fraud, and honest mistakes in the farm-to-table movement
  3. FIRST LOOK: Duck Foot Brewing Co.
    Inside San Diego's first "gluten-free" craft beer operation
  4. Anthony's Out at Embarcadero?
    After 60 years, it looks like Anthony's Fish Grotto might be out in The Embarcadero. That means 31,608 square feet of prime, landmark restaurant space in San Diego is up for grabs. Our bet is...
  5. San Diego's 15 Best New Breweries
    In just the past two years, 40 new brewery locations have opened in San Diego County. Here are some of the best
  6. FIRST LOOK: Park & Rec
    After 30 years, Bourbon Street is gone. In its place in University Heights comes cocktail village Park & Rec, designed as the ultimate patio party. Negroni lovers meet sunscreen.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module