Karin Lidbeck


IFDA New England:
Greenery in the Scenery
May 4 @ 6:00pm



RSVP:  https://greenery.eventbrite.com

In the finale to our virtual spring series, April Showers Bring May Flowers, join IFDA New England for a dynamic discussion among expert stylist Karin Lidbeck, seasoned photographer Greg Premru, and artistic florist Jennifer Figge as they dive into the art of staging interiors with all things green. Panelists will explore the poignant impact of fresh material when photographing interiors - from trends happening now, forecasting the next wave, as well was the tried-and-true classics that will never steer you wrong.

Karin Lidbeck: Karin’s experience as a interior photo stylist includes years of work for all the national magazines, such as Traditional home,  Better Homes & Gardens,  Country Living, Country Home, House Beautiful and Boston’s New England Home magazine. She also brings her styling skills to many other diverse markets with numerous clients in interior design, architecture, the furnishings and lifestyle markets and catalogs. As a contributing editor To the Better Homes & Gardens magazine group she  has designed and produced over 60 features focusing on Floral styling for BH&Gs “Country Gardens Magazine and ” Garden Design “magazine. 


Greg Premru:  Greg is a photographer who specializes in Residential and Commercial Interiors and Architecture. His work captures an upscale lifestyle that you want to be a part of. It is clean and fresh utilizing sophisticated color palettes that create a distinctive mood and ambiance.


Jennifer Figge: An avid gardener, Jennifer is passionate about floral and garden design. Her floral training was through European Master Certification program (EMC), taught by International Floral Designer Tomas de Bruyne. Currently she is focused on Floral Styling, working with Interior Photographers to create the perfect “shot” with the right mix of botanicals. Constantly inspired by art and nature, when she is not designing for others, you can find her foraging, exploring new ideas, and working in her own garden. 

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Jennifer Figge

Greg Premru