April 4, 2013
Noah Webb has been photographing architecture and people's homes for Dwell for about ten years. We just commissioned him again for a project in our upcoming special Prefab issue. His latest personal promotional piece has to be one of our favorites we've ever received—a little "passport" with pages of recycled medium format contact sheet FILM from his shoot archives. Brilliant! We love flipping through it every so often and reliving all of his past shoots.

Click through our photos to enjoy some of his latest and not-so-latest work. 

On an overcast day, Montara’s beach is almost completely deserted.
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Originally appeared in The Full Montara
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Architect Lorcan O’Herlihy designed the Shermans’ Mill Valley, California, home on top of an existing foundation that was intended for an 8,600-square-foot McMansion, but left abandoned for ten years.
Architect Lorcan O’Herlihy designed the Shermans’ Mill Valley, California, home on top of an existing foundation that was intended for an 8,600-square-foot McMansion, but left abandoned for ten years.
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Originally appeared in Lost and Foundation
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For this San Diego family, the phrase "putting down roots" has taken on a whole new meaning.
For this San Diego family, the phrase "putting down roots" has taken on a whole new meaning.
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Originally appeared in The Family Tree
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Small details add to the overall design.
Small details add to the overall design.
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Originally appeared in Modern Los Angeles Bungalow Renovation
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Some of the various smart passport promos Noah created.
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The asylum ward as photographed by Noah from the set of American Horror Story: Asylum
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Prop tools as photographed by Noah from the set of American Horror Story: Asylum
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Evan Peters & Sarah Paulson as photographed by Noah on the set of American Horror Story: Asylum
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meyerhoffer house landscape beach
On an overcast day, Montara’s beach is almost completely deserted. Photo by Noah Webb.

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