Portrait of Literary Agent Ed Victor in Bridgehampton Ed Victor Portrait in Classic 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 Near Bridgehampton Portrait Photography NYC
Portrait of Literary Agent Ed Victor in Bridgehampton Ed Victor Portrait in Classic 1968 Ford Galaxie 500 Near Bridgehampton Portrait Photography NYC

 

A near life-sized wooden sculpture of a deer at Two Barns, the home of Literary Agent Ed Victor. Bridgehampton, NY
Interior of Two Barns, home of literary agent Ed Victor, Bridgem

 

Interior of a bathroom with vintage tub at Two Barns, the home of Literary Agent Ed Victor. Bridgehampton, NY
Interior of Two Barns, home of literary agent Ed Victor, Bridgem

 

Exterior and pool of Two Barns, home of literary agent Ed Victor, Bridgemapton, NY
Exterior and pool of Two Barns, home of literary agent Ed Victor, Bridgemapton, NY

 

A near life-sized wooden sculpture of a deer at Two Barns, the home of Literary Agent Ed Victor. Bridgehampton, NY
Interior of Two Barns, home of literary agent Ed Victor, Bridgem

 

The basement at Two Barns has a pool at wet bar, the home of Literary Agent Ed Victor. Bridgehampton, NY
Interior of Two Barns, home of literary agent Ed Victor, Bridgem

An At Home feature I shot of literary agent Ed Victor for the Financial Times at his property called Two Barns in Bridgehampton (story here). From the story:

At home: Ed Victor
By Shannon Bond

The literary agent’s summer house in the Hamptons embodies his penchant for mixing business and leisure

Ed Victor is on the telephone when I arrive, a characteristic pose for the literary agent who works and plays with a vitality that belies his 72 years.

“I’m up early, I’m on the phone, and then I work, work, work,” he says of a typical day at Two Barns, the vacation house on Long Island where he spends the summer with his wife, Carol Ryan.

“Vacation house” may be a bit of a misnomer for a place that serves as an outpost of Victor’s London office. Still, he describes it as “our dream home” and enthuses about its design. “It still thrills me,” he says. “I never, ever get tired of looking at these beams.”