Capture My Brand: Our First Collaborative Shoot

 

One day of shooting, months of planning and weeks of editing, our first Capture My Brand shoot is ready for the world to see! It's always been a dream of mine to bring brands together, to hold beautiful items and see them come together as if they're meant to be.

 

It has by no mean been easy, after contacting stylist Chloe from Find me in the Home Section back in Autumn 2017, we've poured hours of work into making this happen. We haven't done it to make money, but because we're ridiculously passionate about doing what we love (and also probably a bit crazy!)

 

The concept: a stunning photo shoot that unites multiple brands.

 

We wanted to create images that would bring independent businesses together, to help grow social media networks but ultimately create beautiful images that brands could use to promote their products.

 

 

We knew the shoot needed to take place in Bristol and we searched for the perfect backdrop for our styled set ups. We chose the Wild Wolf's Yoga Studio for it's gorgeous red brick features, large windows and white walls.

 

 

Stylist Chloe designed the shoot around the concept of clean, inspired by Scandinavian design and interiors. She chose items from brands that were naturals, greys and whites then offset against green and white foliage.

 

 

Chloe chose a range of items that would compliment each other. Here she has chosen linen tablecloths from Swedish House at Home and a stem of eucalyptus from Bristol based Lucy Coco Floristry.

 

 

Layering up different textures and colours created images with depth like this one. Chloe used a cushion from Maison and Coco as base and added a straw floor cushion from Elm and Blue. A large candle from Sevin London and handmade stoneware mug by Libby Ballard Ceramics are the hero products in the shot. A marble coaster from Blonde & Stone and a string of hearts plant from Stupid Egg Interiors add further elements to the image.

 

 

This patterned tea towel is by Harris and Hall, espresso cup and saucer by Nicely Sourced and linen by Swedish House at Home.

 

 

Star sign card by Reverie Studio, coaster by Fiona Clabon Illustration, plant by Stupid Egg Interiors and marble board by Blonde and Stone.

 

 

Wooden screen by Maison and Coco, linen by Swedish House at Home and handbag by Story 81.

Printed home jar by Jodie Gaul, Gypsophila by Lucy Coco Floristy, concrete bowl by Swedish House at Home and towel bundle by Sevin London.

 

 

Candle from Peregrine, linen from Swedish House at Home, tray from The London Smiths and espresso cup and saucer from Nicely Sourced.

 

 

Framed print by Ginger and Fraggle, botanical screen by Stupid Egg Interiors and linen by Swedish House at Home.

 

 

Jewellery by Fawn and Rose, tray by The London Smiths, linen and concrete bowl by Swedish House at Home.

 

 

Botanical sleepy mist by Mrs Rawlinson.

 

 

Wall hanging by Cath Chamberlain and wooden screen by Maison and Coco.

 

 

Candle by Hazel and Blue, botanical screen by Stupid Egg Interiors , pen pot and magazine file by Karenza and Co, lampshade by MAMWS and phone case by Frazzle and Florrie.

 

As you can probably tell, I'm really excited about the shoot and the photos we've created. What do you think? Would you like to be involved in the next one?

 

G

 

*All photography/images © Georgia de Lotz

All styling by Chloe from Find me in the Home Section

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ABOUT ME

Hi,

I'm Georgia, a styled product photographer, social media manager and content creator working with brands...

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You'll usually find me shooting in my private studio which is just north of Bristol in a town called Thornbury. If you need to get hold of me, it's best to email:

hello[@]georgiadelotz.co.uk

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