What do you get when you put together a fine crew of people and lock them up in a house for two weeks with lots of food? Well, that’s kinda what we did except we weren’t exactly “locked up” together against our will. We did spend two weeks on location at two different houses and we did have loads of food. We also had loads of fun while we worked very hard to accomplish much in a short amount of time. Aside from a few things—mysterious “events” in a “vacant” house built in the late 1800s, stealth mega-chiggers and a spontaneous rain storm on our outdoor party set—the shoot went well.
Week one at location one:
Week two at location two:
Video: A little sample of our little rain on set.
And that’s a wrap. If I had to do it over again, I’d choose the same crew—everyone was wonderful! And, the client was wonderful as well. You can see the final images in their layout in “Let’s Start Something” blog post.
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