Creating inspiring interiors for editorials, commercial and retail projects that burst with vision and personality. Sourcing furniture, props, location or creating sets from the scratch to build aesthetically pleasing images that showcase products at their most attractive for marketing purposes.
PRODUCT & PROP STYLING
Styling and creating an image or video of a product/brand/range which will be used across various marketing platforms: from print ads to social media, websites and press releases. With wizards of placement and a curator's eye to scour the globe in search of one-of-a-kind treasures that will make the image jump off the page and newsworthy.
EVENT & EXHIBITION STYLING
Styling display stands for events such as large public exhibitions, conferences, trade shows, and temporary displays for businesses to create an effective brand experience that provokes emotion and creates a lasting impression amongst audiences.
Creative styling ideas providing a tailored approach to better engineer the exhibition design and boost brand presence.
WINDOW DISPLAYS & RETAIL DESIGN
The design of retail store window displays with a creative eye and business skills to ensure that the presentation of merchandise correlates with brand image and speaks to the retailer’s target customers. Using a variety of elements, such as color, lighting, space, product specifications, and sensory inputs involving smell, touch, and sound to communicate with customers on brand image and create brand awareness in the most unique ways.
A makeover to an existing space or styling a new home with expert curation of furniture pieces, soft furnishings, decoration items, and detailed finishing touches that compliment thy vibe. Creative consultation, involving a home visit and a host of suggestions from furniture planning, space improvement, wall art options, room accessorizing, colour suggestions, and lists of stores based on the budget.
SET STYLING FOR THEATRE & FILM
Set styling embraces creating the background of the action, explaining the context, adding mood and visual interest as the drama unfolds in a film/television/commercial/theatre.
Understanding the script to be able to pick up the director’s vision to dress the set authentically with historical knowledge, a good eye for decoration, a sense of colour and form, and precise attention to detail.