Out musician Brian Justin Crum and beauty talent manager Samer Fawaz hit it off quickly, and the fairly new couple has wasted no time in piecing together their ideal home.
The design-conscious duo recently paired up with photographer David Zimmerman for a photo shoot to christen their gorgeous 1920s Spanish-style abode.
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They gave a behind-the-scenes look on Queerty’s Instagram story:
Scroll down to see how the shoot turned out:
“This home is a visual representation of my personality. I appreciate beauty in all forms and have naturally cultivated this sanctuary for myself and those who I love to share in.” — Samer
“Falling in love with Samer has opened my eyes to a whole new level of the beauty that surrounds me. His eye for design and love of all things green has been incredibly inspiring to me, and my art. Living in this space that he has spent years curating is an honor and I’m so proud to be a part of it.” – BJC
“I’m always on the search for rare and unique plants but had no more room to for them — this lead to the creation of the greenhouse / plant jewel box. My good friend Gabriel Wartofsky designed it and we collaborated on colors and finished. It’s now constantly evolving world and it brings me so much joy and fulfillment.” — Samer
Find them on Instagram: Samer Fawaz (@samerfwz) // Brian Justin Crum (@brianjustincrum) // David Zimmerman (@davidgeorgezimmerman)
I don’t get it. Looks like they’re just modeling clothes.
Who are these people? Are they trying to start a clothing line or a lifestyle blog?
What a beautiful gay couple! They are the example of what gay couples should be like, living a normal and decent life that people actually respect and envy. Although the young guy is cuter, I find his slightly older partner more intriguing and more handsome in his own way.
To each his own…there’s nothing appealing about that couple to me. There’s nothing “normal” about splashing your life all over InstaGram and other social media.
Also not sure how you get that they live a “decent” life (however you’re defining that). He could be standing in front of the door that leads to their party dungeon with twin slings.
I stand by my comment because I point out an often neglected fact: Many gay couples and gay singles of high caliber actually live in great neighborhoods and have finer things in their life because they work hard. They are not obsessed with sex nor live a lifestyle that is beneath them. They go to progressive mainline church, Jewish synagogue, or Buddhist temple and they volunteer their time at the local charities. They are the ones that earn us the support and respect from the mainstream society.
There are still plenty that would wholeheartedly disagree on 2 men or 2 women living and loving each other as “normal” so though I’m giving you the benefit of the doubt that there is something lost in translation your comment comes off judgier than you may be able to see. Another often neglected fact is that the leather community give MILLIONS of dollars each year to charities running the gamut from children’s hospitals to aids research. Yes they are a cute couple. Yes they have a beautiful home for THEM. Neither of those are any reflection on the sex they have or lifestyle the lead.
I thought the photos were supposed to be about their home. Couldn’t see much of that just a couple of ordinary men in questionable attire.
This is hilarious. Where’s the house? No wonder no one put their name to this “story”.
Just kinda 40 50 yro predictable gay men trying to stay young boring and yes where is the house?
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