Boyd Baker House set only 45 minutes drive from Melbourne in Bacchus Marsh and surrounded by 34 acres of bush land is the ideal setting for your upcoming fashion shoots.
The three buildings contained on the site together with the surrounding bush land is the subject of the highest classification of protection for heritage listing by the Heritage Council of Victoria.
The property backs onto a lake and significant flora and fauna inhabit the surrounding area. The Boyd Baker House is arranged around a courtyard and features curved internal walls made out of locally hewn sandstone and thatched ceilings. The glass walls project a sense of bush land living and allow one to get close to nature.
Photography is a work of art, as is fashion and for messages to be delivered in the best way possible, setting is crucial. The Boyd Baker House is a work of art itself and provides the perfect setting for photographic shoots or conferences.
The genius design of the property shelters the area in such a way that it avoids much of the area’s rainfall making the weather a minimal concern.
This building is far too precious not to be shared.
Linen House Photo Shoot at the Boyd Baker House
Issue 59 Winter 2009
Photography Tony Owczarek
Model Ashley from Vivien's Model Management