In the exciting and fast-paced world of real estate photography… … …there are times when one does get a chance to roam around and photograph a home with some history attached to it. This was the case a few years ago when I was hired to photograph Truman Capote’s former home in Sagaponack. It had undergone some fairly substantial renovations since the “In Cold Blood” and “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” author had resided there, but it was still a really groovy home. As often is the case with hyper-reproduced digital photography, some of my photos found their way into an Architectural Digest article about the residence. I’m sure the check got lost in the mail… in any event, if impressing your friends by telling them the same guy who photographed Truman Capote’s home also shot yours, then today is your lucky day! With one phone call or message through my contact form, you can have the perfect excuse to name-drop the legendary novelist and doppelganger of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman. Win.