BRUNCH IN THE STUDIO – BELGIAN WAFFLES WITH BANANA’S FOSTER

Since it has been so cold lately, we thought it would be a nice time to shoot some warm Belgian waffles, fresh from the iron. The wonderful smell filled the studio and if it was not for stylist Monica Mariano from Ennis Inc. fighting us back, the waffles would have been eaten instead of making fantastic images!

The ingredients are simple, but very tasty when whisked with skill and carefully cooked.

The Bananas Foster was a very lovely touch to our waffles. Stop by the studio anytime and we will cook up a batch!

Monica slowly builds the tower of waffles.

Sometimes stylists need a little help to keep tall stacks of waffles from falling over… shhh we won’t tell!

THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR PHTOGRAPHIN’

A few months ago we were asked by one of our clients, Timberland, to photograph their classic yellow boot.
Timberland wanted the photo look as though it were shot outside, but it had to be photographed indoors for logistical reasons. So, we had the opportunity to fabricate an outside scene, with a very distinct looking wall and surface replicating the ground beneath the boot.
Since we were heading into a holiday weekend, we had only a few days for approval and to get the final set ready. Oh Boy!
The whole team kicked into high gear, and we want to give special thanks to Mari Quirk for making the set, even though she had a family reunion weekend at her house.
The shoot went fantastically, as we had the opportunity to work with a great stylist from NYC, Emeka Obi, who styled the jeans, while boot assistant Rob Coshow gallantly modeled for the shoot.

COMCAST “ROBOT DOG”

Floyd Sipe, the “Floyd” of Floyd Factory, revising layouts.

 

The star of the day, showing off his tricks.

David working on the copy.

 

Michael training the dog, his favorite kind; no shedding, no mess.

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