Ever wonder how those BTS videos/snapshots on Instagram turned out?
Well, here they are!
While cleaning out the spare bedroom in my new residence, I came across a Jean comforter set, pillow cases included, and I was determined to use them for something creative BUT I didn't know how. I called up my friend Jordyn and showed her the items and we picked each others brain and sent inspiration photos and WALA - I saw the vision! This set was pulled right out of my brain and tweaked to perfection with the help of Jordyn and Pintrest of course. After securing a model and location, we were ready to shoot. The setup took about an hour and the total shoot lasted about 2-3 hours. Jordyn provided the jeans of the jeans for the set, which totaled at about 13 pairs and we added a chair and boots for flare. I am very pleased with how the images turned out but I did learn that I need a new camera body so whomp whomp to that. Any-who, here are a few clips from the photoshoot. Enjoy !
Posted: June 4th 2020
We gather here today to witness the evolution of a beautiful flower set. Jordyn hit me up a few weeks prior and was like "Torii, I need your help" and little did she know, I needed something to do, so I was down for the cause. Because the set was for Jordyns client I have no real details on the shopping BUT I do know she ordered the greenery from Amazon and got the bike off FB Market ( Bikes aint cheap). It took us a total of 3 days to complete everything with about 5 people helping here and there and of course with food breaks in between! The most tedious process was the wall. I think we used about 150 to 200 flowers just for the wall and it turned out beautifully, but baby -it was a pain!! Please take the time to check out @Jordyn.Ari on IG and be on the lookout for her final images on the set and don't forget to subscribe to my youtube channel & let me know what you thought of this BTS video.
** To the right, or above depending on your device, is an iPhone image of the flowers props we made in addition to the wall.
Posted: May 27th 2020
This BTS is a look on set with the amazing model Pepper, who you may have scene getting actions shots of the Indianapolis Pacers on game day. This concept was created by me and was shot in Indianapolis at Through Her Lens studio with a reptile collaboration provided by Extraordinary Critters. This was a personal custom set build which took me about a week to put together in between work and day to day life and the snake rental was a final touch I couldn't pass on. The set was open for booking after this promo shoot for a limited time. Below is a gallery of a few final images from my clients who wanted to live on the wild side for a day.
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