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This designer brand photoshoot in Joshua Tree helped us bring Sophie’s warm and minimal style to life. The highlight of this brand photoshoot was spending 2 days together in this gorgeous Airbnb making beautiful content.
My client Sophie Bracewell focuses on helping women build creative businesses. She started her studio because she loves encouraging and enabling others to share their gifts with the world.
As Sophie was dreaming up her new website we wanted to add powerful images to show her personality and style. We had a ton of fun showing her work from home lifestyle, her artsy side and her fun relaxed vibe. She was excited about how her brand photoshoot incorporated her art and design work.
As we were crafting Sophie’s shot list and honing in on her vision, we wanted the perfect location to match her style. Joshua tree felt like the right location for her warm and earthy mood board. I helped her go through many Airbnb and Peerspace listings to find the right spot.
We ultimately settled on the beautiful Seven Arches*. It had multiple rooms to give us a ton of variety, warm + earthly decor and a beautiful outdoor space we could use. The owners were also super flexible about photoshoots and staying overnight, we were so grateful!
The best part about working with Sophie was how excited she was and how confident she felt in the end. I remember her telling me early on she doesn’t like many of the photos she has of herself. (It made me so nervous!) I was so excited when she told me she had a hard time narrowing it down to just 100 images for her final gallery. What a dream right?
Client – Sophie Bracewell
Photography & Videography – Danielle Polini
Location – Seven Arches
*Don’t forget to ask any Airbnb host if they allow photoshoots before booking. Everyone has their own rules and limitations. We were so grateful Seven Arches allowed us to use their space this way.
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