This year I have spent quite a lot of time working on more commercial image making and it is something I have thoroughly enjoyed. The most prevalent part of this has been in my working with a fabulous company called Colour Me Beautiful.
Based in London, they work across the UK with colour consultants and personal stylists helping them to train to reach their full potential and carry the brand within their work. They provide services such as personal styling, wardrobe makeovers, makeup lessons and showing you what colours perfectly work for you (something I am now very much interested in after a lifetime of wearing black!)
Throughout 2015 I have worked closely with the company shooting images for their new website as they have been undergoing some rebranding. This has included a product shoot, two days shooting in Huddersfield, a day shooting in London at their training seminar and a final day shooting in London at their annual conference. So fair to say I feel like part of the family now!
The aim of all the shoots was to create a light, airy and fun image, to show how great it is to be a part of the team, or of course to enjoy the services as a customer. I have to say that during my time working with all of the fabulous ladies who work as consultants I met some beautiful, talented and colourful characters and I didn't stop smiling the whole way through shooting!
I have found myself quite inspired by the team to even try and get some colour into my own wardrobe, and with all the hardwork that they all do, it has reminded me that with enthusiasm and some elbow grease, working as a creative can not only be possible, but super rewarding!
I am very happy with the outcome, and pleased to say that they are now live on the Colour Me Beautiful website which is available here for anyone interested: www.colourmebeautiful.co.uk
The shots are also now live on my commercial portfolio which you can find on the left of the blog, here are a few images from our time working together this year to give you an idea of what we have been upto though!