The John Farson House - 1897 The R. W. Glasner Studio - 1928 The Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio - 1889/1898 The 860 - 880 Lake Shore Drive Buildings - 1949/1951 The Miller House - Thorndale - 1917 The Glessner House - 1887 The Winslow House - 1894 The Harold C. Bradley House - 1909 The Schweppe Estate - Mayflower Place - 1917 The Farnsworth House - 1951 The Brewster Apartments - 1893 The Charnley-Persky House - 1892 The Crab Tree Farm Guest House - 2010 The Paul Schweikher House - 1938 The Charles F. Glore House - 1951 The Frederick C. Robie House - 1909 The Frank Fisher Studio House - 1936 The William E. Clow Jr. House - 1927 1301 North Astor Street - 1929 1260 North Astor Street - 1931 The Powhatan - 1929 The Palmolive Building - 1929 The Narragansett Building - 1929 The Colonel Robert Hosmer Morse House - 1931 The Arthur Heurtley House - 1902 The Meyer Residence - 1957 The Samuel M. Nickerson House - 1883 The Bryan Lathrop House - 1892 Ward W. Willits House - 1902 The Dr. Charles E. Cessna House - 1905 The Ralph S. Baker House - 1914
The Joseph Bond Chapel - 1926 Temple Shalom - 1928 Seventeenth Church of Christ, Scientist - 1968 North Shore Congregation Israel - 1964 St Thomas the Apostle Church - 1929 The Baha'i House of Worship - 1953 Saint Mary of the Angels Church - 1920 The Unity Temple - 1908 Rockefeller Memorial Chapel - 1928 Madonna della Strada Chapel - 1938 The Second Presbyterian Church of Chicago - 1874/1901 Holy Trinity Cathedral - 1903 North Christian Church - 1964 St. Procopius Abbey - 1967 St. James Cathedral - 1857 Old St. Patrick's Church - 1856
The Oriental Theater - 1926 The Civic Opera House - 1929 The Hyatt Regency O'Hare - 1969 The Elks Veterans Memorial - 1926 Chicago Union Station - 1925 The Chicago Art Institute - 1893 The Shedd Aquarium - 1930 The Adler Planetarium - 1930 Lake Shore Drive - 1937 The Pickwick Theater - 1928 Ashland Avenue Bridge - 1936 The Lake Theater - 1936 Marshall Field's Building - 1893 The Chicago Cultural Center - 1897 The Field Museum of Natural History - 1893 The Auditorium Theater Building - 1889
The Arts Club of Chicago - 1997 The John S. Holmes Mausoleum - 1934 The Women's Athletic Club Building - 1929 The Carrie Eliza Getty Tomb - 1890 Ragdale - 1897 The Chicago Club - 1929
The Inland Steel Building - 1957 The Prudential (Guaranty) Building - 1896 The Rookery Building - 1888 The Blue Cross Blue Shield Tower - 2010 The Merchandise Mart - 1930 The Field Building - 1934 The Chicago Motor Club Building - 1928 Chicago Bee Building - 1929 The Benson Rixon Building - 1937 333 North Michigan Avenue Building - 1928 The Carbide & Carbon Building - 1929 The Chicago Board of Trade Building - 1929 Two North Riverside Plaza - 1929 The Ritz 55th Garage - 1929 The Reebie Storage Building - 1922 The Marquette Building - 1895 The Monroe Building - 1912
William Drummond Tallmadge and Watson George Maher Walter Burley Griffen Louis Sullivan John Van Bergen Frank Lloyd Wright

           James Caulfield has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years, creating compelling images of people, places and things both here and abroad. His clients have included such brands as McDonalds, Sears, American INVSCO, Pleasant Company, Bon Marche, Boston Store, National Wildlife, Ferrero, S.C. Johnson, Perry Ellis, Kimberly Clark, Kraft, Helene Curtis, Burger King, Hart Schaffner & Marx, CBS, Land’s End, Levi Corporation, Jockey International, Bed Bath and Beyond, Alberto Culver, and many others.

            In recent years, James has concentrated on food, beverage and architecture. His interest in architectural subjects grew out of his own efforts restoring a Fromann & Jebsen designed bank in Chicago, a mid-century modern home in Glencoe by the noted  architects, Keck & Keck, and his repurposing of several industrial buildings in Chicago as studios in support of his advertising business.

            His passion for preservation led him to volunteer his services to the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust in Oak Park, Illinois, for whom he has documented the buildings on the Trust’s annual internationally-attended house walk, Wright Plus. There he met architectural writer Patrick F. Cannon in 2004, with whom he collaborated on five books:

            Hometown Architect - The Complete Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright in Oak Park and River Forest, Illinois           

            Prairie Metropolis - Chicago and the Birth of a New American Home

            Frank Lloyd Wright’s Unity Temple

            Louis Sullivan - Creating a New American Architecture

            The Space Within – Inside Great Chicago Buildings

            In addition to the Frank Lloyd Wright Trust, he has donated images to the Unity Temple Restoration Foundation, the Society of Architectural Historians, the Auditorium Theater, the Pleasant Home Foundation, the Paul Schweikher Preservation Trust, the Richard Nickel Committee, the Chicago Club, both the Clarke and the Glessner House Museums, Preservation Chicago, the Frank Lloyd Wright Conservancy, Harboe Architects and the Holy Trinity Cathedral Restoration Project.

         James is currently at work on a new book project for the Chicago Art Deco Society tentatively entitled 'Art Deco Chicago' which will endeavor to showcase the top 100 best examples of the style relative to Chicago.