Utah Beverage Photography | Duchess Hot Chocolate

I’ve got some friends that make the most amazing hot chocolate. It’s called Duchess Hot Chocolate and it is thick, luxurious and divine. I wanted to create something for them that really defined their brand and showed how luscious and decadent their hot chocolate is. What we came up with does just that. I want to dive right in. 

If you’re interested in quality imagery for your brand hit me up. I’d love to speak with you about your upcoming project. 

Holiday Campaign for Nature Nate’s

I was enlisted by Nature Nate’s Honey Co. to create some colorful Holiday themed imagery for their Holiday campaign this year. What a fun shoot this was! I loved thinking outside the box in terms of Holiday colors and creating work that compliments their orange bottles. 

This shoot was all shot completely remotely. We planned everything out meticulously beforehand with sketches and mood boards and emails along the way as well as sending over shots to the client during the shoot. 

Pizza Party | Utah Food Photographer

A little while back I got hired to do some food styling for another photographer. It was all pizzas. Before the shoot I wanted to try out a few things so I did some practice runs and decided that I might as well shoot one of them while I was at it. I really enjoy doing cheese pulls. They’re quite satisfying to do. 

Whisps | Utah Food Photographer

I had some left over Whisps from a shoot I did recently mixed with some spare time while my daughter was at Kindergarten. So I threw a set together, whipped out the Whisps and made some magic. I love how these turned out. 

If you’re looking for some fun and playful imagery for your products, get in touch. I’d love to talk with you about your photo needs. 

Mint Water

A while back I bought a mint plant… and I didn’t really know what to do with all those mint leaves. I stumbled across making mint water and I have loved doing that ever since. I typically don’t put the cucumber in it, but I love the way that cucumber ribbons look. They’re probably my favorite thing to photograph. 

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