I am lucky enough to work with the fabulous Binyon Vision Clinic quarterly to help create content that keeps their social media feeds seasonal and up to date! This was our summer session featuring a local bike enthusiast and the nearly indestructible glasses he wears every day and the sun + regular daily glasses of a local toddler Mom!! Glasses are such a HUGE part of the lives of people that need them- it’s really fun to profile each person and the glasses they love. We also did some studio styling with fresh fruit, picnic supplies and sunflowers! Check out some of our other work together here!
Comphy is dedicated to providing you with the softest sheets, coziest blankets and most luxurious towels on the market. Their slogan “Developed for Spa. Designed for Ahh” is so true, but these fabulous products aren’t just for spa anymore. They have created lines just for you and your home, too.
I started working with Comphy 1) to help properly light and photograph their beautiful bedding and spa lines and 2) to give input in styling and displaying their product in a way that speaks to their consumers. Bedding is most certainly an entirely different beast when it comes to lighting and styling, but I’ve certainly found the most interesting part of these sessions to be the entire team of people on hand just to help with ironing wrinkles! It certainly takes a village and I have had the privilege of working with a few different designers on these sessions including Morgan of MOMAD Productions and Cathy of CDK Interiors. Every little detail matters in creating a plush and inviting scene that makes everyone want to crawl out of their own bed and into a Comphy bed.
Bedding and home essentials like pillows and towels are things that inherently speak to everyone, but our job is to find a way to show off these amazing products and entice you to invest in a line of essentials for your home or business that will last you a very long time, make you never want to get out of your bed and bring you joy and happiness every time you use them. Below are some fun examples of how we have used Comphy products to create playful, unique and lush scenery around their varying lines and to give this client the content they need!
And because a little behind the scenes is always fun- here’s me. Standing on a bed. Photographing a person “sleeping.” This job takes me places and has me doing things I never thought I would. Every. Single. Day. Being a photographer is pretty cool.
I have never learned so much about window coverings and seen so many paint and floor samples at once! The incredibly talented Fresh Space ReDesign husband and wife team hired me to help capture the two of them working together and the fantastic product they offer. These two can help you with anything from space planning and color consultations to furniture selection and window coverings. We photographed some fun lay-flats of their samples and workflow as well as some more lifestyle type head shot work.
These marketing sessions are a really fun and easy way to show off the personalities and details behind the business! I work hard to highlight the small details and key elements of your daily work life that make your business unique, successful and yours.
Click on any of the following small business links to see more business marketing sessions like this! Whatcom Family Acupuncture, MOMAD Productions, Glacier Pacific LLC, Megan Lee Designs! All local, wonderful businesses! Contact me if you want to make a session like this happen for you :)
This was one of the most fun marketing sessions I have had in quite a while. These three little ladies came to join us on a really stormy morning in Bellingham for this Tea Party Session at the Garden Spot Nursery. We were so thankful for their hospitality in sharing this location on such a nasty day, but the girls didn't mind a bit! They had the opportunity to try on all sorts of products from Butterfly Twinkles while I worked away to capture their product in action. This is most definitely one of the best ways to show off your product in a real life type setting- and a few cookies and Goldfish really didn't hurt either ;)