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Shooting with Lex

When we heard from Lex Peters about her upcoming launch of her new branding studio, we were so excited to parnter with her. We worked to create stunning photo and video content for her own brand, and we went all out in creativity for this one. We worked with Lex to shoot at Bass Lake, California and in the city of Fresno to capture the essence of Rippl Studio. We also produced a handful of video clips and a main flagship video for Lex to use to promote her brand and deliver her message in the most effecient and proven way possible.

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The Story of Hi Top Coffee // Photo and Video Production

Imagine this familiar scene… You walk through a door, and your senses are instantly wrapped in a warm hug. The aroma of freshly ground coffee wafts through the air, and the sounds of life awaken a new energy in you. Murmuring voices fill the room, and an undercurrent...

The Story Of Triple Delight Blueberries // Photo and Video Production

In the sunset of the 20th century, Caruthers farmers Mark and Kimberly Sorensen embarked on two new journeys together. The first was the start of their family, and the second was the inception of their now-renowned blueberry business.For Mark and Kim, the significance...

Commercial Photography for Local College // California Christian College

We were honored to have the opportunity to create unique, original imagery for California Christian College. In partnership with Bedford & Co., who designed their beautiful website, we worked to capture photography telling the story of California Christian...

The Story of Conner Logistics // Video Production and Photo

That Christmas morning feeling I get when a package arrives on my doorstep never gets old. Like magic, we can have nearly anything we want handed to us while we relax in the comfort of our homes -- sometimes within a few hours. But have you ever stopped to imagine the...

Photo + Video for Speech Pathologist in Visalia // Speech Pathways

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like not to have a voice?Imagine not being able to communicate with the people you love -- not to be heard or understood. Think how small and powerless you’d feel. If anyone understands this plight, it’s Deborah DeLong, who...

Photo + Video Production for Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt Fresno

We worked with the frozen yogurt franchise Menchie’s to create beautiful photo and video for their social media monthly strategy. We visited their stores regularly each month to get new content over the course of 6 months. We shot a new set of photos each month that we visited…

Commercial Product Photography for Earth Science Skincare

We captured commercial product photos for Earth Science Natural Skincare, that they have used on their website and in their online promotions of their product. They sent the materials over to us by mail, and we captured beautiful flatlay shots of their different offerings.

The Story of Good Dirt // Media Production for Pottery Studio in Fresno, CA

We partnered with Good Dirt Pottery Studio in Fresno, California to help them to better communicate their message. We captured still commercial photography throughout their studio to feature all of the ways in which they bring value to their community. We also created a video for them, to use in telling their story online.

The Story of Safe Families for Children // Video Production and Photo for Non-Profit

When all hope is lost, who do you turn to? When your family is falling apart and you can’t see how you’re going to make it through -- is there any way out? Safe Families for Children believes there should be a solution for struggling families other than simply giving...

The Meat Up // Photo and Video for Local Butcher Shop in Fresno, CA

The Meat Up is a neighborhood butcher and meat store located in the heart of California’s Central Valley. We worked with them to produce amazing photo and video of their process and their story, so that they could better deliver their message to…