The Paper Route
We arrived on a Tuesday evening to nice little Airbnb located on the outskirts of Bostons madness. Our crew is tight, and we usually prefer an Airbnb to a hotel. I suppose you didn’t ask for the insight on this piece of information, but I’m going to fill you in because it adds a little “togetherness” to our story. Airbnb’s are nice because they hold our team accountable. It allows us to eat dinners as a team, gives us time for some back and forth camaraderie, allows us to schedule a shot list, run through our plan of attack for next day hustles, and keeps us all in the same headspace as we rest up and get ready for our shoot day.
Imagery speaks volumes to your brands development and professionalism. Hero images can often be the most memorable piece of a brand identity. These images need to tell a story, to captivate your audience, and to relate to your target demographic. Let your customer feel like they’re the ones telling the story, they’re the one speaking the narrative, you’re the one providing the experience for them to tell that story. Let’s dive into our photoshoot for Bar32.
As a team, we keep regular meetings. Whether we’re working in our office in Philly or from home-offices throughout the East Coast and beyond, we connect. Our discussions include more than strategy related to our goals.