Archive for the ‘Set Design’ Category

Valentines Day Editorial This Valentines day editorial was published in 2 magazines this February: Peluquerias (international) and Launch Pad (US). The team was composed of: Photography: Jean Sweet http://www.curv.com/ Hair: Ronnette Franklin, Mel Melissa Terhune, Melissa Milward Ingersoll Fashion Styling & Set: Jennifer Lynn / Unconventional Artist Makeup: Jeanette Frost This was done in conjunction with Jean Sweet’s avant garde workshop. Each hair stylist was assigned a model and each had 1 look to complete the four look Valentine’s day editorial spreads we were submitting. The background was very easy to make but it was time consuming, see our previous post here.   Read More …

Photo Shoot Flower Background Photo Shoot Flower Background. I had a client doing a hair editorial for Valentines day and I wanted to create a romantic Photo Shoot Flower Background (on a budget) aka a large paper flower backdrop. I went to the usually places looking for materials: Michael’s Craft Store, Joann Fabric Store, and Hobby Lobby.  But, they didn’t have anything affordable.  Then I headed to my go-to clutch store: Home Depot.  They always have the coolest things in large sizes.  Then, I came across it – Rosin paper. They had two colors: pink with a dark pink on the reverse   Read More …

Categories: Prop Design, Set Design

Paper Dress Creating a Paper Dress is a great way to try your hand at wardrobe design.  It’s great because (#1) the materials are inexpensive(#2) you don’t necessarily need to know how to sew (#3) it’s trendy – all your new found fashion is eco friendly.  Over the years I have tried my hand at it in a literal, abstract, and artistic way.  From unique pieces for photography workshops with low budgets to green concept editorials to abstract avant garde pieces with amazingly unique textures and shapes. Contact me today to hire me for your next project! The above piece is from   Read More …

Enchanted Brides – Fairy Tale Shoot and Editorial This concept was to bring a modern twist to the old stories through fashion styling and hair design. The beautiful white bridal dresses were contemporary yet classic in design. By added various accessories and placing the models in mood setting backgrounds to tell the story, the concept came to life. First up: The Evil Witch from Snow White. With a high contrast background and foreground color this image is by far the strongest. The Avant garde hair design mimics a beehive but with added braids, it is the perfect modern twist on   Read More …