Trevor Dixon Shoots Style Feature for Country Living

Trevor Dixon‘s work for Country Living is featured in their March 2013 issue! The shoot took place at the Garner Arts Center in Garnerville, New York, which had just reopened its facilities after their main gallery had been destroyed from the impact of Hurricane Irene. We love the interiors and still lifes Trevor captured for the story, and enjoyed working with the team at Country Living to produce the shoot. To check out more work from Trevor, view the Glasshouse Assignment Website.

Trevor Dixon - Country Living

Trevor Dixon - Country Living

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 Country Living, March 2013

Photographer: Trevor Dixon
Design Director: Sheri Geller
Photo Director: Ulrika Thunberg
Art Director: Angela Howard
Assistant Photo Editor: Will Morel

For more information about any of the Glasshouse photographers or for portfolio requests, please contact

Jai-Lee Egna

 Photo Agent, Glasshouse Assignment


About Glasshouse Assignment

Glasshouse Assignment is an advertising artist’s assignment agency. Within our family of photographers and digital artists we offer a mix of commercially-established and emerging talent from around the world. Our vision is to present a diverse roster of talent to serve traditional advertising assignments, editorial assignments, social media needs, along with digital illustration, retouching, and cinemagraph creation. We are excited to represent these talented artists who, like us, value building lasting relationships. Thank you for considering Glasshouse Assignment, we look forward to serving you on your next project.

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