A detailed look at my office space in downtown Sarasota, Florida, United States. It serves as the dual offices for Cameron Moll LLC and Authentic Jobs Inc. Photographs taken by yours truly with a Canon 7D and various lenses.
I have old cameras in my office. I have no idea if they work. But they’re gorgeous. One even still has film inside.
Desk: Sanfrid (IKEA). Riser: Hand-crafted from live-edge cherry, with Capita (IKEA) legs. Chair: Herman Miller Aeron, purchased used. Sound system: M-Audio AV40 monitors. MacBook/iPad cases: Saddleback Leather Co. Eagle Scout? Yes, proudly.
One of the most treasured artifacts in my office is a form letter (pictured below) hand-typed by my late grandfather, Worth (“Bud”) Moll. He was an entrepreneur at heart, and I believe that’s where I acquired my entrepreneurial spirit—and love for woodworking, too.
Issue one of The Great Discontent magazine with charity: water photo spread. Art & Lutherie guitar. I play it occasionally, although I only know basic chords and a little finger picking. I’ve never worn that hat, it just looks boss. Walt Disney Concert Hall photo by dotsara, who is totally boss.
I have a few personalized cards on display in my office. None are more thoroughly autographed than this lovely card from the team at charity: water.
I design structures as if created entirely from type. These are letterpress printed can can be purchased online.
Artwork by my lovely wife, Suzanne. This was painted following a trip to New York City. Handwritten conference notes by Sean McCabe. Books by lots of people.