If you can’t treat yourself to a manicure today, then you can definitely treat yourself to these conceptual shots for nail brand Sally Hansen, food styled by the amazing Nicole Twohy! Nicole worked with photographer Jenna Gang to create the pop-y adds.
Check out this new conceptual work from food stylist Nicole Twohy! Nicole worked with photographer Jenna Gang to create a photographic narrative called Poison Pie. They were picked up by a beautiful quarterly publication out of LA called Compound Butter “a publication about food, art, and all the things in between”. The series is featured in […]
#TBT to this beautiful conceptual project from food stylist Nicole Twohy! Nicole collaborated with photographer Lucy Schaeffer to create these out of the box images, combining both food and beauty. Take a look below!
Dorian Ward Trading Company is an antique concept store owned by Vanessa Brennan and focused on luxury goods from the 1920’s and 1930’s. Think about all the decanters, flasks, and linens that would carefully get placed in leather trunks when Downton Abby goes to Africa. Those are the kinds of treasured items sold in Vanessa’s unique […]
We are super impressed by this conceptual story for Psychology Today. Styled by Alma Melendez and photographed by Kenji Toma, the images immediately grab our attention. Alma says of the shoot, ‘ “conceptual photos” are about having strong imagery to represent the subject being written about. Conceptual images are creative and contained in ways that other photographs […]
James Worrell shot this conceptual story for the Washington Post magazine, about college drinking. The story required a quick turnaround so James sketched out the ideas before shooting the very next day with prop stylist Jen Everett. In a funny twist he had to have his wife Elizabeth play the passed out college student. People in […]
Lighting just struck twice – James Worrell was also featured in the newest Photo District News article ‘Going the Extra Mile.’ (see yesterday’s post on Joey + Jessica!) For James, the article highlighted part of his creative process and how he uses sketches to hone his ideas before taking them into the studio. It’s interesting to […]
Brian Pineda was locked in the studio with a client, a bunch of kids, and one camera. It is hard to tell just who was the pickiest person in the room. Probably not the kid. Was it the stylist, Jen Evrett? Certainly the rows and rows of food packages look very nice and OCD. Or […]
James Worrell‘s slogan is ‘photography for thinking.’ It is an important distinction to make, since most photographs tend towards an emotional response. It takes extra foresight to create an intelligent image designed to illustrate a concept. Besides the idea, it also needs to be technically and aesthetically sound. In this series of openers for Smart […]
In this conceptual shoot for AARP Magazine, James Worrell takes on the clock. First of all, I’m not sure who is having sexy-time at 8pm. Especially when ‘William and Kate: Inside the Royal Marriage’ is on. Second of all, just thinking about doing yoga at 6am is stressful. Especially after all the red wine and royal […]