Few Made is a family jewelry brand based in Richmond, Virginia. Their jewelry is inspired by the South Pacific and is made for the passionate woman who loves life and is connected with her beauty, inside and out. As suggested by their name, all their pieces are hand made and created in limited quantities so that they can provide distinct pieces to their clients.
Kena Treadway, the founder of Few Made, came to me as they were in the rebranding process. They had a website being designed, along with a new brand design…and guess what, they needed the images that complimented the two.
I love when I get pulled in at this point in the process because clients really have a great feel for what they are wanting for their images. We already had existing color palettes and the exact placement of the images on the website, these made planning on my end so much easier. I was easily able to source props & put together a shot list because it was very clear what they needed for their site.
When I started sourcing props for their product shoot, I was so happy that we were at the beginnings of the summer season. That made it really easy to find materials that were organic and made from natural materials. My main source for the props for their shoot was Crate and Barrel. For backdrops, I ordered natural fiber placemats, linen dinner napkins, and marble & wood cutting boards and chargers. I placed the jewelry on simple props like a book with a linen cover, rocks from my back yard, and sea salt from my pantry.
The images that I created were to be used for header images & images for each category of collections–necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings. Take a look at some of the ways their team used the images I created on their website: