I’ve had the opportunity to work with the team at Tidewater & Tulle for a few years now on several projects & loved that their editor in chief, Chelsea Barton, contacted me again to work on a collaboration with Craftcuts.
Chelsea is always so easy to work with because she’s always so organized and communicates so well with the brands and her editorial team. After creating the creative brief, Chelsea had the team at Craftcuts send all the materials to my studio. She and I had a video meeting to go over the materials that were delivered while going through the creative brief to make sure we were on the same page.
Because this was a DIY tutorial, I had to make sure to capture all the steps for the blog post, in horizontal and vertical images. Ensuring that I understood all the steps of the creative brief was essential in creating all the images that were needed for the content that Chelsea was creating for the Tidewater & Tulle blog post for Craftcuts. The other essential was having my hands in the shots, giving context to the different steps. This was a bit difficult because I had to use my toes to trigger my camera, since my hands were occupied.
I made sure to include the following shots for this DIY product shoot:
Take a look at the images that resulted from the shoot. Please make sure to check out how the team at Tidewater & Tulle used them in the collaboration post for Craftcuts, 3 EASY DIY WAYS TO MAKE ARCH TABLE NUMBERS WITH CRAFTCUTS.
Other projects I’ve worked on with Tidewater & Tulle: