Below is a sample of Project Turtle book covers. Each book is unique as each home reflects the style, taste and life of its owner. Click on the thumbnail image to see interior book pages and the details that made each house a home.
Telegraph Hill 2
Located in the interior of a block with entrance through a tunnel, this original piece of Telegraph Hill history makes the most of limited space. Both intimate and dramatically panoramic. Including pictures from the family album made this book more personal.
Ashland OR 2
A retirement home built to spec., just the way they wanted it
A distinctive home captured just before they moved
An artist's very distinctive space
I shot this home just hours before the stagers arrived, while there was lots of character still on display.
Color, taste, and full lives are in evidence.
Corona Heights 1
From the outside you would never guess what lies within.
A musician who builds his own harpsichords and has a knack for remodeling.
Corona Heights 2
A chair that represents home became the cover for this book that celebrates the purchase of a new house to hold it.
Telegraph Hill 1
An artist's studio and home. Every surface and view is a treat.
This book was given as a closing gift to a couple buying their first home.
An inquiring mind and extensive travel combined to create this home.
Ashland OR 1
A tiny home in Ashland's historic railroad district.
Everything is thoughtfully and beautifully placed.
Water, art and books were the themes that this artist-homeowner wanted to capture. Along with light and open spaces.
Go to Marysville, turn right and go for another 45 minutes until you reach an oasis.
A Renaissance man moves to Santa Rosa and makes his new house a distinctive home.
A large and welcoming home remodeled with care and blending several styles with good effect.