House Portraits: It’s all in the (architectural) details

Tiny architectural details fascinate me. One of the reasons I love living in urban Massachusetts is the sort of details prevalent in neighborhoods full of homes that are over 100 years old. The more detailed, the better! Do you like looking at old houses and hand-crafted details? I sometimes get lost walking around my own […]

Celebrating the Family Home

One of the things I love about creating house portraits is that it takes a beloved family home and allows you to carry it with you. Many of my clients commission portraits when they are getting ready to move, and particularly when they are leaving a childhood or long term home. As parents get older, […]

Architectural Portrait Profile: One Family Vacation Home, Two Keepsakes

One of the best parts of creating architectural portraits is hearing the stories that go along with the homes I’m depicting! This is the first in a series of blog posts sharing some of these stories. This week I’m profiling vacation homes I have worked on, in particular one family vacation home that became two […]

Abigail McMurray, yeiou paper objects, standing in workspace holding finished framed paper sculpture

Craft Industry Alliance & Podcast Interview

One of the things I love about living in the Boston area is how many other small creative businesses there are around here. Many are even run by kind, brilliant, energetic people who are game to share and learn and be welcoming and generous. Since I started yeiou with really no idea what I was […]