Jude Fulton is the co-founder of MakeTrays.com, a new way of creating mood boards, especially for those who are interested in interior design, or shopping for furniture for their homes. She has big plans for her San Francisco-based company, so stay tuned. I first met her through my friends at Front Cafe, who forwarded me her amazing photos for a feature I was working on at the time.
The story fell through, but I started following Jude’s Instagram account (@hey_judes) and her visual interpretation of spaces. I love the minimal aesthetic and a very sharp point of view she brings to her photos. A trained architect (Yale, RISD) – she is able to capture things that many of us miss. If you are interested in her writing, you can find them on Medium. I wish she would write more but whenever she does, the essays are educational. Jude is an east coast transplant to San Francisco, and I am glad she moved out to add more depth and dimension to our growing community. I am looking forward to staying in touch and watching her progress as an entrepreneur.
We met in person recently and talked and talked. I took this photo outside True Ventures office with Leica SL and 50mm Summicron. The photo was converted to B&W using @RNIfilms Tri-X filter!