We began incorporating video and behind the scenes footage into our high school senior sessions so that you could really see how playful and awesome the fellas are during our photo shoots. This video is only 30 seconds long but it really says it all about why teenage boys are fun to photograph. Gabe here is part of our model brand ambassadors for the Class of 2017 season — we’ve also posted a ton more of the models on our Facebook and Instagram accounts with the #SBMT17 …these kids rock! (Oh…and our Model Team applications deadline has passed — we have selected our 20 Model Brand Ambassadors for 2017 so look for some amazing shots coming soon from our group shoot!)
When Shermineh and David were making plans to celebrate their 6th wedding anniversary…this savvy wife said “I don’t want anymore stuff…I want an experience” She wanted photographic memories of she and her hubby with their first baby (of the dog variety) Joon. The Kirkland based couple shared with me that they were tired of bad camera phone snaps taken by strangers on date night — AMEN 😀 So the attractive trio got dolled up (even puppy was in his best blue gingham tuxedo) and we got fun and formal in the studio. Gorgeous. Here’s a little behind the scenes video of the family on our Instagram
Talk about Sweet 16! Photographing Kayla was the total highlight of the day. We started the session with professional hair and make-up and then made our way to wardrobe for our first look of the shoot – bring on the Cherry Blossoms! Seattle being…well Seattle…it did begin to sprinkle but never fear — we pulled out one of our cute zebra umbrellas and Kayla worked her magic in front of the camera like a pro!
Oh…and because it’s me, I just can’t be content to share just one look so check out this super cutey sneak peek on our Instagram of our girl in the studio – hot pick, floral and oh so pretty!
This is our last week of our Open Model Casting Call for the 2017 Studio B Seniors Model Brand Ambassador Team. (Open to current High School Juniors)
You might have seen our NEW Class of 2017 Models popping up all over your Instagram, Facebook and You Tube feeds and thought to your yourself — what is this all about and how can I be part of it? Here’s what you need to ask yourself…
Are you a Class of 2017 guy or gal that is super social (in real life and online)? Do you love being in front of the camera? Are you positive, active and involved in school or other community activities?…WE WANT YOU! We are currently accepting applications for our Class of 2017 Model Brand Ambassador Team. If you are (or know) a High School Junior, Class of 2017 student that is interested is outgoing, photogenic and ready for their close-up…you should definitely keep reading.
Our high profile Studio B Models are brand ambassadors that represent our studio at their schools and in the community. Selected student models learn real world marketing skills, get behind the scenes access to how the industry works, meet new friends and are featured in our Spring & Summer Campaigns. Did you know that former Studio B brand ambassadors have gone on to exciting internships and careers with CBS, Rachel Zoe & Nordstrom? It’s true — and we’re pretty sure it ALL started with us 😉 (Of course we know that they were all fabulous go-getters but we were sharp enough to spot their awesome-ness first!)
This year we are kicking it up a notch — in addition to appearing in our Spring & Summer Campaigns and 425 Magazine features — selected 2017 Models will also receive a complimentary Seattle senior model promo video shoot for Studio B Portraits, an on-location magazine-style photo shoot and complimentary hair & make-up for their Senior Pictures Session.
For additional information and to apply online CONTACT US:
Chic Ink Owner Heather is literally one of my very favorite people to have in front of the camera…and actually to spend time in the most general sense 🙂 This day we were refreshing her headshot for her company’s 2016 marketing and branding (They design the most delicious hand made invitations and paper creations for weddings and special events and if you don’t know them yet…you should 😉 )
I have photographed her so many times…and you want to know why she is cracking herself up here on the right? I told her that I was setting up the lighting…not doing real images yet (a very common thing for me to share with people when they are on set btw.) She cut a look over to my assistant off set and said “I know her trick…she is actually taking real pictures, I’m on to her!” — Um…and she was right of course — because when she threw her head back and started laughing… this was one of my favorite shots!