In the years that I've been working with FIG+YARROW, I've had the opportunity to connect with some amazing people. I am lucky to count F+Y's founder among my closest confidants. She has also introduced me to some other incredible people, including artist + photograph Kristen Hatgi Sink. Together we have been styling and photographing FIG+YARROW product and lifestyle shots. In two to three intensive days of photography, we produce a wealth of content and inspiration for the brand. It's a creative aspect of my work that I long to do more frequently. There is a sense of fulfillment that is like no other. Fortunately, the lasting images help maintain that feeling far beyond those few photo shoot days. This image in particular was not on our shot list and yet it remains one of my favorites and a memory of that day. The chairs had just arrived and been unpacked that morning, stacked quickly to get them out of the way so we could photograph the space. They are used to seat guests around large tables to participate in spa parties at FIG+YARROW APOTHECARY in Denver. But for this moment, our model Saly hopped on top and Kristen captured her. There was something about the light and the beautiful wall tapestry that begged to be photographed, along with that pretty top by Apiece Apart and cool pants from Jesse Kamm. I'm so glad we did.
More from that recent photo shoot below:
photos by Kristen Hatgi Sink + styling by Dena Rochelle