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Here’s a shot of me jumpin’ for joy after gettin’ word that Mimi Zeiger (author of the VERY awesome book “Tiny Houses” (just recently released and transribed in German and Spanish) was in need of photos of my Vermont cabin. Mimi, apparently, by the demand and success of her first book, had been asked by her publishers for a follow-up to what’s quickly becoming a tiny housing classic. You can check out her book here (and others)- http://www.amazon.com/Tiny-Houses-Mimi-Zeiger/dp/0847832031/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1276199926&sr=8-1
As for the beast itself, this steps-away-from-Canada, three-story, 250-square foot cabin, was built by myself and my younger brother (occassional “Tiny Yellow House” TV co-host), Dustin Diedricksen. I bought the land at age 22, in 2001, and over MANY summer weekends, when not busy hiking, fishing, and checking out all that VT has to offer, we pecked away at our “Backwoods Skyscraper”.
Anyway, two weekends ago, Bruce Bettis, of http://www.brucebettis.com (“Has gun, will travel”- the guy is AMAZING- and has shot for many national musical acts, album covers, professional sporting events, newspapers…) came up with us for the weekend to photograph this little redneck compound of ours. We had twenty or so guests with us for the weekend, five dogs, and several hundred dollars worth of fireworks, courtesy, of Neil “Pyro” Malek, our cousin (who also has had a hand in the building of the cabin). Needless to say, especially with near-perfect weather, the weekend was incredible!
Again, Steven Sherrick of Obscure Knowledge Productions http://www.obscureknowledge.com was up to shoot (this time with a crane/jib), and capture all that was going on for an upcoming edition of “Tiny Yellow House”- in which we’re in need of a few small sponsors (if you want to reach several thousand people!). Email me email@example.com
MORE- MANY MORE- photos will soon be posted!
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