Case Studies

In this section, we demonstrate some of the ways in which we work as a duo on a variety of shoots. We approach each project uniquely, creating images, video, and content simultaniously. 

Charlotte shot this photograph of Dana employing studio strobes and tethered to the computer. 

Frankie shot this still life using natural light and focused on the small gestures and details of the set. 

Frankie shot this photograph on a telephoto lens, while utilizing the natural light of the studio.

Charlotte shot this picture of Dana to achieve a minimal aesthetic intermixed with playful props. 

Above are photographs from a content shoot for the musician Dana Williams. We developed two different creative directions for the shoot that we executed simultaneously.  By working with multiple cameras at the same time, we are able to seamlessly move between modes of making, and therefore are able to capture multiple diverse stories in one shoot at twice the speed.

This job is for Battle of the Berrics XIV in which we shot both video and stills. The client wanted immersive video coverage of the Battle of the Berrics and additionally, atypical skateboarding photographs in a more nuanced style. Therefore, we split up during the event to be able to capture every moment. Charlotte covered all of the still photographs, and Frankie covered all of the video. 

This is a fashion story for the clothing brand Chickee's Vintage that are based in NYC. The client wanted a summer lookbook, as well as some video content for their social media. While Charlotte shot stills of the intimates on the model, Frankie shot some behind the scenes video.  We then edited the video with footage of butterflies in Vermont from our archive to give it a summer feel.

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