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It's funny how you can get hooked on something. For my wife and me, we were just due for a camera upgrade, especially with an upcoming kid at the time. A 1.3MP digital-zoom only wasn't going to cut it. I buried my brain in all the technical aspects of a camera. "Why are there two max apertures? Sensor size? Crop factor? Depth of field?" When we finally purchased our Canon A570IS, I went nuts, especially with its macro capability.
I was never content with fully automatic mode after having realized its potential, so I learned the priority and manual modes. I learned more about exposure, composition, and lighting. Finally, here I am with my T1i, finding myself drawn to the night sky, wildlife, and landscapes.
I used to be "stuck" with the camera, and was never very excited to document vacations or family events when I was a teenager. Now, the camera is stuck to me, and I shoot with the intent of getting it right upon releasing the shutter...not out of technical perfection, but because I saw it. Sure, digital alterations can be fun projects, but I photograph because I want to be able to go back and recall what I had seen with my eyes, what I thought was beautiful, ugly, elegant, simple, and everything in between.
Located in the Interior Design Center of Saint Louis, JCR Design Group is a full service interior design firm offering a highly personalized approach to commercial and residential design. The team, led by owner and principal designer Jennifer Rapp, works in close partnership with their clients to create beautiful and functional interiors, tailored to each client’s unique taste and style. JCR Design Group strives to provide the highest level of service and genuinely values the lasting relationships that develop.
Services include layout and design, custom furnishings, renovations, kitchen and bath remodels, project management, and hourly consulting.
The company was founded in 2011by Jennifer Rapp. Her enthusiasm for mixing styles and textures has helped create interiors that blend style, polish, and comfort. She has completed home renovations throughout Saint Louis, as well as New York, Chicago, Boston, Vero Beach, and more. Commercial projects include interior furnishings for local schools and churches.
Also on the team are designers Kristin Kisling, who has worked with Jennifer since 2008, and Emily Koch, a corporate, hospitality, and residential designer from Atlanta who joined the firm in 2013. They are aided by Design Assistant Jessica Schwartz.
The company has received many notable recognitions including:
ASID MO East Design Excellence Award 2015: Special Focus Room (First Place)
St Louis Magazine's Architects & Designers Award 2015: Home Office/Library (Third Place)
Architect & Designer Awards 2014: Vacation Home (Third Place)
Best of Houzz 2015 and 2014, customer service
We are a craft brewery in planning, and are currently working to finalizing our location selection and funding. We are targeting an early 2016 open date, and are very excited to join Missouri's craft beer community. Thanks for checking us out!
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