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September 22, 2013
It's always a fun day when it's shoot day at Milly and Eugene. We have had a bit of practice with them now, so we know the drill. Our morning started at 8.30am, to get in early, making use of the beautiful natural light, in our go to studio (aka window ledge in Hailey's house).
We were shooting our brand new beautiful hand made ceramics. They arrived last week and it was a pretty hectic day of unpacking our second container and housing the new products. But the reward of shooting the product was well worth the hours of lifting and shredded paper we had to sort through.
Our morning was off to a good start, with the abundance of freshly cut flowers and dozens of sweet cakes from our favourite cupcake bakery in Sydney, My Little Cupcake, Neutral Bay. We spent most of the day until mid afternoon, shooting the detail in each product, arranging posies for our vases and styling the dinner wear to show off it's beauty and individuality.
Once the afternoon hit, it was time for the fun to begin. We headed over to my house and began setting up our garden party, in order to shoot at dusk. The table was sprawled with colour and the dim light, made for such a romantic setting. Hailey and I, clowned around (as usual) as we tried to act cool in front of the camera. For those of you that know us, know that we love to have a photo, but when it comes down to business we are extremely awkward and very nervous.
The night ended at around 7 o'clock, with pizza, beers and cupcakes for dessert. It had been a long and tiring day, but the pictures we have captured, tell of a day of fun and quality product.
Can't wait to share them with you all.
February 19, 2019
February 05, 2019
When thinking about home interiors, like me, you might cringe at the memory of your childhood home. The best version of our family home was new green carpet and a black high-backed vinyl lounge with orange nylon-cushioned seating. My mother was proud of her modern choices and teamed up the “mod look” with a teak extender dining table and a sliding-door settee.The bright green kitchen cupboards and red laminex kitchen table and chairs were all part of the ‘70’s look.
January 30, 2019
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