PHOTOSHOOT! // Styling A Shoot

So, many of my close friends know that I used to style and coordinate photoshoots for a variety of companies and magazines awhile back, for pretty much all of 2016. Being on set is such a great experience, and a very humbling one to say the least, and I am so lucky to have had the opportunity to have worked with dozens of agencies, photographers, and brands at 18 and 19 years old. Now, a year and a half later, I've decided to get back in the swing of things! I took a step back about a year ago, last December, to get my thoughts together and understand more of who I am and my personal needs, as well as get a better grip on school and devote more time to that aspect of my life. With graduation approaching in the Spring, albeit, I thought it would be best to get back into the swing of things and keep an updated portfolio (as I am a marketing major, and I feel that being on set is extremely beneficial for any upcoming projects I may have post-grad life)! So, I met up with one of my favorite humans on the planet, photographer Kale (pronounced Kallie) Ross, and did an editorial with one of my good friends, and sorority sisters, Valerie. Kale and I love to shoot editorials, specifically sports related editorials, so we thought a track-inspired shoot was in order. We shot at a local high school, used clothes that I already owned, and Val did her own hair and makeup! It goes to show you do not need to cash out a huge chunk of change to get some AMAZING pictures. Attached below is a gallery of the images Kale took, I styled, and Valerie modeled for, as well as the mood board for the shoot. Enjoy! x