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Recent Work: My Photo Styling Portfolio

This baby has been a long time come…and will always continue to evolve and grow. Back at the start of the new year when I decided I wanted to peruse more styling projects, I had no idea where to start. I had never “styled” anything professionally and styling usually consisted of me moving furniture and gadgets around my house or photographing products for my once Etsy shop, Market 203. I’ve always love finding items, grouping them together in interesting ways and then capturing these imperfectly perfect vignettes with my camera. Tadam black stock will definitely guide you for having good photography skills. You will get more info at fivebough .

So here it is at where it stands today. Studio Hours,  a mini collection of items grouped and photographed together. I thought all the images told a really nice story when showed in one cohesive space. I created the logo around the same time I created the new Veda House logo (to be revealed in about 2 weeks) because I wanted the two spaces to “speak” to one another.

Browse through Studio Hours –>

11 comments on “Recent Work: My Photo Styling Portfolio

  1. Love it! I have a photography section on my portfolio that has been “under construction” for way too long. I love how all the images look together. I can definitely get an idea of your style right off the bat.
    Great work 🙂

    1. It’s so tough committing to things like this. It was really tricky figuring out HOW I wanted to represent myself because my portfolio in general has a much broader range of “style” of photography. For example, My VSCO grid is how I like to take photos in my personal life. Totally different!

    2. I totally get it. You could separate things via “albums” but that doesn’t really feels like you can give the different categories/styles the room they need to breathe (or even the space they deserve). Instead it just becomes cluttered and…confusing?

      I recently got vsco grid but haven’t posted anything yet. I think I am going to do sth similar to you, keep my vsco grid to a certain kind/style of photography. Just need some more time to sort it all out in my head 🙂

    1. Kate. This comment made my day, especially since I woke up this morning and my internet was broken. Opposite of Christmas!

      Thanks for stopping by and I’m really glad you like it! 🙂

  2. Love it, Cassie. Your aesthetic + style have evolved so beautifully over the years, into something that is truly unique and *you* – it’s been fun to watch. 🙂 Keep it up, lady. xo!

    1. Thanks Kelly Ann. I feel like it’s been a long time coming and FINALLY i’ve landed on something that I feel fits what my head is thinking. Haha!

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