Love it when I am able to create my own photo to fit with a design. So much nicer than searching for stock photos and then trying to customize them.
For these food still-life shots, I knew what colours, what layout, and what vibe I wanted for the brand and shot it with food found in the house and garden.
Here’s the final rack card:
The image on the front is a mix of photos taken at events catered by Palace Cafe Catering. It’s the same image you can see in a magazine ad in this post, “Catering Company Re-Brand.” Photographers: Michelle Walker Photography and Michael James Buchanan.
And here’s the gift certificate:
Thank you, Palace Cafe Catering, for working with us on your new branding. It’s been a special experience.
Great work, Palace Cafe Catering, on producing all features of this amazing corporate event carnival – food (of course!), beverages, entertainment, DJ, rides, games, and everything for fun. And thank you for hiring us to take the photos.
We enjoyed a trip to South San Francisco last week to photograph a property for our home-owners association management client, Tri-State Enterprises. Some of the apartments had this view, which even in the rain, looked amazing.
These photos will be used on a new website, currently in production. Thank you Tri-State!
One of the highlights of this property is the fabulous succulent garden:
The Hayes Valley, San Francisco location of Hayes Valley Medical is gorgeous. It’s a beautiful facility, made even better by the artwork of Elizabeth Gorek. We’ve been working with them on print and online marketing. These shots have been posted to their web site.
What could be more fun than working with Halo Blow Dry Bars and HPD Public Relations? Halo is using their clients as models. MPS got to shoot the models at Halo while the stylists were working on them. We now have a library of unique photos our client will have on hand for use in print or online marketing.
Have you been to MenloVille? It’s a fantastic shop on Valpariso Avenue between Alameda de las Pulgas and El Camino in Menlo Park. It’s great for gifts and for high-end re purposed items. We recently did a photoshoot there and then created this full-page magazine ad. See the ad in the November issue of Gentry (we did the SkinSpirit ad too!)