EW: Give an example where you styled a photo to disguise a flaw in the space. AJ: There are times when the flow of a space is not ideal, but most of the spaces we photograph are beautiful to start. When the flow is not ideal the camera angle is actually more important than the styling. It is very difficult to style a shot to distract, after all you see everything in a photograph. I style shots to enhance the beauty of a space, not distract from something unappealing.