Some may say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. We, at Indresano Studios, beg to differ!
Earlier this year, Indresano Studios selected a cat and dog duo to test out some delicious new food on the market!
Meet Kingsley and Big Papi!
Indresano Studios met this amazing team earlier this year during a pet casting call we hosted in Boston, Ma.
We were on the hunt for the perfect pair and boy did we find it!
Even though Kingsley was only 2 years old during our commercial photoshoot, he was a star! Kingsley loved the camera. His excellent training was essential during our shoot. He knew exactly where to go and we, at Indresano Studios, had no problems directing him.
Now that’s a good boy!
Meet Big Papi
Big Papi was a treat to have on set! He was very comfortable with the camera flash, and you could tell this wasn’t his first rodeo. Big Papi was definitely treat motivated and enjoyed all the attention coming his way.
Looking good, feline good!
Kingsley and Big Papi were a joy to have on set. Our team at Indresano Studios loved directing them throughout our photography and video shoots. We couldn’t have picked a more paw-some duo!
Indresano Studios assists our clients in every aspect of production. From photography, video, CGI, and animation, to pet casting calls, and so much more!
2020 was a year unlike any other in many ways, but especially at our Boston based video production and commercial photography studio. Take a look at just a few highlights from our studio’s video and photography projects in 2020!
Our video production crew traveled to a National Grid substation to film a customer storytelling video of Boston Dynamic’s incredible robot Spot in action. Check out the video below!
We used our expertise in product videos to create strong, chic, and informative product videos for Samsonite’s top of the line products.
The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic was undoubtably unexpected, but our team at Indresano Studios looks at every situation through a creative lens. Our dedicated Director and video crew spent multiple days in masks and PPE shooting the empty streets of Boston during the March and April 2020 city wide shutdown. As a full service Boston production studio, we felt inspired to document life in the city during the pandemic. We created the below Empty Streets video using our own footage and audio from Mayor Walsh.
Our Empty Streets video received tons of praise and was shared by Mayor Walsh on his social media accounts including instagram, facebook, and twitter.
Our production team kept busy throughout quarantine, adapted to the unprecedented times, and enforced strict social distancing and safety policies throughout the studio. Our team is endlessly thankful to all the health care workers who made it possible for us to continue working. We were able to work hard on a lot of remote photo and remote video shoots as well as many CGI projects like the Bose CGI video below.
Our in house CGI artists and creative team also created the below video for the Nike Mercurial Superfly 7.
Our team traveled to multiple locations in 2020 for different on location video shoots and on location photo shoots. One of our location shoots took place at a Boston hospital. This healthcare video shoot was a big success.
We kept our creative juices flowing and our taste buds satiated throughout the year with multiple ice cream photo shoots and ice cream video shoots. Check out a few of our favorite editorial ice cream shots below.
On top of all the major world events happening in 2020, it was also a U.S election year. Our creative team put our video skills to use to create a video encouraging people to get out and VOTE in the presidential election. We are happy we have the video tools, editing knowledge, and creative vision to help promote the vote.
2020 was a crazy and unprecedented year, but our production team at Indresano Studios has proven we can take on any challenge with creativity, composure and style. We cannot wait to see what 2021 has in store for us!
To see more of our work in photo, video, CGI, and much more, check out our website www.indresano.com.
Our latest food photography photo shoot was a great success. Check out more behind the scenes images below. Make sure to have something delicious and nutritious to eat nearby because these images will make you want to eat healthy!
Anchor Artists’ food stylist Marc Sievers prepped the dishes in our studio kitchen. We pride ourselves on being a very food friendly Boston photo and video studio 🙂
As a full service production studio, our team handles everything from pre production through post production. Our team and crew pay special attention to detail to make the finished product looks spectacular.
Food photography and food videography are our passions. We also don’t mind the perks of getting to eat the ingredients every once in a while :p
On our photography set, we make sure every last detail is perfect and aligned with our clients’ vision. Our Hasselblad HD6 camera captures every minute detail so every food dish must be ready for its close up!
Our photography and video crew will not stop working until every shot is exactly what the client needs!
Our talented team at Indresano Studios in Boston specializes in food photography. We were so excited to show off our skills on our latest food photo shoot. Check out some of the delicious, mouthwatering, yummy food images below!
This savory salmon curry dish, with its vibrant colors and appetizing display, was a dream come true for a Boston Food Photographer. Anchor Food Stylist, Chantal Lambeth, did an excellent job styling this delicious meal.
Michael, our food photographer, may live and work in Boston now, but he always stays connected to his Italian roots. This scrumptious pasta dish is no exception. Anchor prop stylist, Kate Shepard, sourced beautiful props for this food image. Can you say yum?!
We may specialize in dessert photography in our Boston commercial photography and video production studio, but we’re also pretty good at eating dessert too. Just saying 😉
We don’t think we could name a better job than being a Boston food photographer and Boston dessert photographer if we tried.
Our team loves capturing delicious details of our food images. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too? :p
Welcome to our newly renovated prop room! With a space the size of a small studio apartment- 18 x 24 ft (432 sq. ft)- we have plenty of room for our huge collection of props 🙂 What more could a food photographer want?
We’ve updated and organized our large plate selection to accommodate any food imaginable. For a studio that loves food photography as much as we do, this prop room is a dream come true.
Ice cream bowl? Check. Soup bowl? Check. Coin bowl? Check. You name it, we’ve got the right bowl for you. It’s truly an oasis for a food photographer :p
We created an efficient system to arrange our platters, dishes, vases, mason jars, glasses, silveware, and so much more. Clients can see and access what we have available by simply visiting the prop room- in person or digitally!
Color coded and perfectly folded fabrics make us happy 🙂 Our newly updated system lets clients find what they need quickly and effortlessly. We’ve digitally archived all of our props so clients can pick exactly what they want before even coming to the studio!
Beautiful china such as these deserves a nice place to call home and we are happy to have built it.
With all these dishes, we might need to have a dinner party soon :p
We also have wooden surfaces, metal surfaces, all kinds of background options, and many more props not seen here. With all these props, we can create any set imaginable!
If you have any questions about what we have in stock, please give us a call and we’d be happy to send over some images of our extended collection.
shot a spread for Scene Magazine at O Ya,
Boston’s award winning Japanese restaurant and sushi bar.”O Ya was named #1 New Restaurant in United States
in 2008 by the New York Times,
World’s 10 Best New Restaurants of the Year by Food & Wine
and deemed “Transcendental” by CNN Money
among other #1 and top ten ratings.”
Bobby with owners Nancy & Tim Cushman
discussing the shoot and layouts.Bobby and Michael planning together.
Michael shot the portrait of the owners, Nancy & Tim.