I just recently finished a big catalog job for Be Home, a wholesale home product shop. They’re mission is to “introduce handmade, responsibly-produced products with a very natural and simple aesthetic to an American market.” I loved this job, because I love their products. Here’s a few favorite shots, all shot in natural light with my props. The art director is the talented Jennifer Manzano.
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I’m always excited to do something creative that I haven’t done yet like making vegetable wallpaper! Little Spoon Organic Baby Food wanted me to make some of their flavors into a graphic banners. Yes! I like it and I like their products–they use high pressure instead of heat to preserve their product. It looks and tastes way better than anything you find in a jar and then they go a step further by making some tasty flavor combos. I think the moms are eating it….
Apropos Promotions makes high quality promotions for top companies and I was excited to work on photographs for their new website. I worked closely with owner Ann Wilber and we created banner layouts that showcased their beautiful work. Here are a few favorites:
It was so windy last Friday when I worked on a fashion shoot with Diana Dukanovic that I’m surprised we didn’t get blown away. What a beautiful line of clothing and jewelry and what a great model. Diana’s website is being designed right now by Revolution Media Group, as soon as it’s up the link will be right here
I started the year off with a two-day shoot for MyFoodMyHealth.com a really great website that I work on from time to time with food stylist Pouké Halpern and styling assistant Christina Milne. We’ve done over 600 recipes for the website that is all about treating health conditions with healthy, easy-to-make recipes. Start the year out healthy, check out MyFoodMyHealth.com.
I’ve photographed many websites lately and one of my favorites is Gift a Feast. I worked closely with Gypsy Achong as she developed her gift basket business that’s based on the very best local artisan food. From chocolates, toffee, and honey to olives, salames, flat bread, cheese, and even a tea ceremony set, she’s curated the best of the bay area. After selecting your gift you also choose the wrapping paper and then it’s sent with a hand written card. Check out her website, see what I’ve been working on and order a gift in time for the holidays. You will become very popular…
Here are a few favorites from a fun shoot for the Green Girl Bakeshop website. Lisa Stoy, the owner, founder, and maker creates some incredibly delicious gluten-free, dairy free ice cream sandwiches and ice creams. There’s nothing artificial in her products. Using ingredients like coconut milk and oil, maple syrup, cashews and brown rice flour, everything’s simple and organic. Visit her at local East Bay farmers markets: Montclair Village Oakland or Kensington Market on Sundays, and Berkeley Market (Adeline Street) on Tuesdays.
It’s always a shock to go from the arctic summer weather of San Francisco to the heat of anywhere else, but not too long ago I was lucky enough to escape to Sonoma for the first annual Huge Bear Picnic! The start of a tradition involved celebrating with bold, refreshing Huge Bear Wine and a dinner featuring homegrown tomatoes, vegetables and berry cobbler.