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Richard Neutra – The Singleton House

Everett Fenton Gidley, LLC was one of the pioneers of high-end residential and commercial photography on the Internet. Since 2003 we have photographed and built over 2000 websites for Architects, Interior Designers, Real Estate Agents, Real Estate Developers, General Contractors, Retailers, Corporations, Resorts and Institutional clients. From simple Flash-based websites to elaborate Content Management Systems we can provide services for a wide range of budgets. We have an innovative approach to extensively document each of our assignments and do photography exclusively when a website isn’t needed or our clients already have one. We love what we do. Especially the many historic properties. Frank Lloyd Wright, John Lautner, Richard Neutra, Wallace Neff, Rudolf Schindler, A. Quincy Jones, Paul Williams, Buff and Hensman and many more are especially welcome. Since there are more than 900 posts and 500 pages arranged chronologically and categorically, the best way to navigate our site is by category along the right hand side of every area on this site. Or by specific industry from the menus across the top. Or just scroll down from here to view our work chronologically.

Frank Lloyd Wright Jr Property Website Launched

Full Gallery (Expires February 2016 or when sold)

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North Alpine Property Website Launched

Website Link (Expires 2/17/16)

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Ricardo Legorreta in Beverly Hills – LA Times Home of the Week

Ricardo Legorreta Designed Residence

Ricardo Legorreta Designed Residence Beverly Hills
Website (Expires 1/30/2016)

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Las Lomas Website Launched

Link to Website (Expires 2/10/2015)

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Writing Down Your Goals

Writing down your goals. Earlier this year I had the pleasure of photographing one of the Superbowl player’s home and I noticed a date written on the “chalkboard” in the gym. I didn’t get it but my friend Dan did. February 1, 2015 and a town Glendale, AZ. Dan said. Its “The Superbowl” he said. This player just won the Superbowl. This is the photo. Writing down your goals is pretty powerful. Now maybe I will write down a goal, maybe…

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LA Times Home of the Week: A glass-and-steel contemporary in Venice

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