Celeb photog McMullan reveals West Village pad

New York /
Jan.January 27, 2012 03:00 PM

Celebrity photographer Patrick McMullan’s apartment at 321 West 14th Street is a veritable treasure trove of works by celebrity photographers and even features a secret passageway with a spiral staircase, according to a recent feature in amNew York that shows off the snapper’s abode.

McMullan appears to have purchased the West Village apartment in 2010, according to public records. Meanwhile, the building also houses the offices of his photography business.

“I like to showcase other people’s photography,” McMullan told amNew York of his taste in décor; he keeps the walls white to show art. “I celebrate other people. That’s what I do as a photographer.”

The Niki Chen-designed space also has a floor-to-ceiling mirror that is really a secret door; it opens like a secret passageway to a platform with a spiral staircase, amNew York said. [amNew York]


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