So what is Waterstreet Guild?
Jeff started the company Waterstreet Guild many years ago along with a friend and fellow photographer as a portal to publish and sell personal work. They had both recently entered the business of photography, and found their work (and personalities) paired well. They took on personal projects where they could work alongside each other, booked jobs together, and even made a joint trip to Sweden in 2001 to connect with another friend from New England School of Photography.
As the years passed, their paths strayed. Jeff takes it from here;
For my own part, I continued to pursue a commercial arts career and opened my own studio, Jeff Adams Photography in the early 2000’s. The bulk of my work since that time has been a mix of catalog/product studio production and architectural & Design Photography. While traveling for assignments, or with scheduled or unscheduled downtime, I still reach for a camera when the light and scenery grab my attention.
I also strive to “assign” myself project from time to time, keeping the eye sharp and testing new ideas and techniques.
Waterstreet Guild as a business sat idle for the last decade. I would drop something new on the website every now and again, but never really booked much time refreshing the site.
That is about to change.
Starting in June of 2019, Waterstreetguild.com has come to life as a full fledged art store with multiple archival printing options, custom matting and framing, and all with the backing of one of the most engaging art retail platforms I found in my search.
I hope you will join me for this new journey. Be sure to join the mailing list, follow my Instagram page (FishyJeff) and connect on Twitter with @jadamsphoto.
With this new portal coming online, I have been revisiting my entire archives, seeking out the images that have continued to rise to the top as my personal favorites. I hope you like them too.
Look closely, and you just might see Aldo in the background.