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  • Writer's pictureJCB

We Are Juniper House.

Updated: Jun 20

In 2010 we moved to Juniper Road in Baltimore. We didn't know it then, but this house would kick start a frenzy of home projects that would develop into new 'Covid careers' for us. Juniper has always been our decorating playground, our test kitchen, our set location for myriad video projects and our laboratory of sorts for a variety of creations over the years. It's really a studio where we make art, shoot video, develop cocktails + recipes, entertain, work and play at Juniper and sometimes all at once! This house has literally given us the backdrop and ability to build a business and follow our dreams.

After living here and being here and going through (with the rest of the world) a health crisis beyond proportion and spending every waking minute at home, we know now that a home has the power to create chaos and depression but it also has the power transform our lives for the better. We are all for the latter.

Why Juniper House Studio? Why now? Maybe it's because we're older and wiser. Maybe it's because the world seems a little rocky right now, but the home has always been our beginning and our end. Our refuge, our rock and our retreat. It's where we get grounded, charged and creative, so we have always strived to create spaces that will allow for that. Spaces that we want others to come to and always feel warm and welcome. At Juniper House our mission is to transform spaces that transform lives. Our greatest hope is that we inspire others to dream big and to live better.

Drury Bynum, Jamie Campbell and Kiwi happy at home.

As a producer and stylist, I had become known not just for our work on set with styling and design for our clients, but also for the environments we created at the studio and our home. Our quiet dinners, our loud parties, our hospitality. Our collections. Our vibe. These are things we had been cultivating together for the past 20 years and I am now seeing with clarity that these things hold tremendous value. These things create emotion. These things connect us deeply and universally. That, in order for us to continue creating our best work, these things would need to be the new foundation for our projects and our life moving forward.

As a husband and wife team, my partner and Juniper's 'Art Department,' Drury Bynum and I are incredibly moved by this new direction and path. Our journey as filmmakers and storytellers continues but this new venture brings a whole new element of production to our lives and what we contribute to the world.


Jamie + Drury


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