It's been a while since I've shared some of my commercial styling work. Do you readers like to see these projects? I have a bunch to share if you do! Last spring, I worked with Seattle based, table top company, Rosanna Inc. on their fall/winter catalog. Here are a few of the images I styled, photographed by John Granen. I have a good time working for this client! It's always a treat to be in Seattle and I enjoy partnering with their art director and product designers to achieve their vision for the catalog each season.
You can see the springtime catalog I styled for Rosanna, right here!
I love Instagramming! Snapping little bits of my day helps me forget about the stressful parts and remember the beautiful little moments, like this spontaneous lunch with a friend. Hope you have lots of moments like this over the weekend!
We've had gorgeous, sunny weather here in Portland and I am headed to Miami this week, so in the spirit of lingering warm weather, I thought it would be fun to post this adorable summery project from Hetterson. The tiered, peter pan collar is the first in a series of collars we'll be sharing. Our friend, Skye, wears it with a white cotton dress from Gap and a sun hat from Fred Meyer with a leather tie added by Hannah. The Photography is by Lisa Warninger.
Do you own a small business or Etsy shop? Would you like to learn how to photograph and style your products? On Sunday, October 21st, Lisa Warninger and I will be giving a product styling and photography workshop at The Ace Hotel in Portland, hosted by Etsy. We've worked on photo shoots for clients like Chronicle Books, HGTV, and Kinfolk Magazine and Etsy shops like Anna Joyce and Elizabeth Dye. We'll share our trade secrets, demo a photo shoot, and consult you on how you should shoot your product (full day tickets only).
You will learn:
-How to create a set for that will sell your product.
-How to use natural light and minimal resources to photograph.
-How to get your products featured on blogs.
Both Lisa and I have a love for small businesses and are excited to meet you. There is limited space available. Sign up here!
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