A Slumlove Shoot
In honor of the Christmas season, I wanted to share with you a recent collaboration I had with a few incredibly talented folks! A few weeks ago, I had the chance to help style a Christmas shoot for Slumlove Sweater Company. What I love most about Slumlove and their business model is that they strive to support and build a stronger infrastructure for education and a sustainable economy in one of the world's largest slums, Kibera. You can read more about them here!
So... we initially had planned this epic photoshoot to take place at a local tree farm, but alas, it rained. Boo! So we rushed to figure out a good backup plan and with some amazing friends with awesome workspaces, we got to set up the photoshoot at an old meat packing plant converted into industrial/commercial space. All in all, glad everything worked out.
In the photos from the shoot, one of my favorite elements of the table setting was the small laser-cut wood animals and trees. I thought they added a nice woodsy vibe to the overall experience. If you want your own set of woodland creatures, I found them at Crate and Barrel. The last I checked, they were on clearance, so get them while you can!
Alright, onto the good stuff...
Overall it was a great experience and I'm excited for the Christmas season to be upon us. Thanks for reading and I hope you're all looking forward to some fun Christmas festivities!