Anyone else get the itch to refresh their home decor during warmer months? There’s something about the sunlight streaming through your windows that beckons the call for bright colors inside the home.
As you’re choosing a few new pieces to swap out this spring, take a moment to browse photographs from Buffalo Goods. Oklahoma photographer Jill Coleman knows how to capture landscape in a beautiful, natural way. All of her photos will look good in any home, with any decor. Keep reading to get inspired.
Meet the Producer: Buffalo Goods
Owner: Jill Coleman
1. How did you get into photography?
Creativity has always been a part of my life. I’ve experimented with sewing, painting, sculpture and jewelry making. I’m a bit of a free-spirit, but also have a strong technical and analytical side. Photography seemed a perfect fit for me. It allows me to see the inherent, and oftentimes, intricate beauty that exists in everyday life and to call attention to it.
2. What do you enjoy most about photography?
I’m an explorer at heart and often take photos while I’m traveling. My favorite subjects include antiques and historic architecture. I also love photographing repetition and patterns in nature and found objects. As a former Oklahoma History teacher, I love to hear the stories behind objects and architecture. Oftentimes, I find myself conjuring up stories for things I see. I try to convey a hint of that story in my photographs.
3. What can we expect to see from you in the future?
As a born-and-bred Okie, you can expect to see many more photos of historic Oklahoma from me. I’ll be continuing my OK-Route 66 series, adding pieces from Arcadia, Catoosa, Tulsa and many others.