Lewis Miller is an acclaimed New York-based floral designer. Since 2002 he has been the proprietor of LMD New York, making flower arrangements and creating party environments for private and corporate clientele, including Givenchy, Chanel, Bergdorf Goodman, Bulgari, and the Whitney Museum. Don Freeman is an accomplished fashion, still life, and interiors photographer. His work appears regularly in the World of Interiors, Elle Decor, and Architectural Digest, and his photography illustratedTed Muehling, also published by Rizzoli. Nina Garcia is a fashion journalist, television personality, author, and the creative director of Marie Claire.
<b>There is a stillness and beauty in the foliage and blooms that floral designer Lewis Miller selects for his arrangements</b>. His airy work brings sprigs of pine trees, poppies or wild strawberries into both the dark corners and light-filled windows of New York flats and boutiques. . . [<i>Styling Nature</i>]<i> </i>includes images of such combinations that only a trained horticulturalist could dream up. -<i>C MAGAZINE</i> <b>Feel free to judge this book by its cover</b>. . . [Lewis Miller] pairs the unexpected, bucks the trends of floral design, and has a restlessness about him that inspires him to continue pushing aesthetic boundaries in his creation of elegant masterpieces. Link him with photographer Don Freeman, who collaborated with Miller for ten years, using only natural light, and <b>the results are bewitching</b>. <i> -CourtneyPrice.com </i> <b><i>Styling Nature</i> presents a match made in heaven</b> with renowned New York-based floral designer Lewis Miller and acclaimed photographer Don Freeman.<i> . . Styling Nature</i> encourages us to incorporate flowers into our everyday lives, and will embolden connoisseurs of natural beauty who want to take this soulful domestic art into their own hands. -<i>CULTURED LIFESTYLE</i> In <i>Styling Nature</i>, techniques & inspirations are shared, and captured in in natural light and backdrops. . . <b>Lewis Miller and Freeman capture the beauty<i> </i>and elegance of flowers</b>, and it's a delight to pore through the pages <i>to just look</i> - and to be inspired. -<i>LITTLE AUGURY BLOG</i> More than merely a collection of flower porn, [<i>Styling Nature</i>] is organized into five categories - color, composition, movement, shape, and texture - and includes an appendix that is a handy guide for anyone who wants to try their hand at creating these arrangements. . . <b>Miller offers a portfolio that is as approachable and inspiring as it is beautiful</b>. -<i>GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE</i> <i> Styling Nature: </i> <i>A Masterful Approach to Floral Arrangements</i> is a treasure. Shot by the photographer Don Freeman, an artist in his own right, every page is worth a long gaze. <b>The book's glamour is inescapable, and there's nothing mundane about Miller's prose</b> . . . Lewis uses flowers easily found at nurseries and markets in his boldly romantic arrangements. <b>Be inspired. Or be lazy: Prop the book open on your coffee table and turn the -pages to enjoy a new bouquet every day</b>. -<i>THE NEW YORK TIMES</i>