Jeffers' studio, in Cobble Hill. It enables him and Suzanne to cut off from work at home where they gather in the kitchen with friends, or head down to the boardwalk that looks out on the spectacular Manhattan skyline.
"The floors are wavy and wonky. It looks like an abandoned space, but the light is so pretty. You can see the mountains and an evergreen Northwestern scene from the window. I use it as my dreaming room.