As part of Rooms with a View’s complete rebrand of their online presence, I had the pleasure of shooting their new primary photography.

The initial concepts were brought to me by James, the creative director at Buxton Three Two in Norwich.  The various categories were sketched out as a concept, highlighting the style of imagery desired to promote and represent the brand using products available from the client’s online shop.

Working from these initial concepts over two days at the studio we created the individual sets, building up the props and products, ultimately capturing the designer’s vision.  It was a great project photograph, with a wide range of imagery, from dark and moody to vivid and eye catching. This afforded me the opportunity to be bold and creative, varying the lighting to complement the images.

Check back soon for a second post on the location photography shoot for Rooms with a View.