This fall Beth wanted a new direction for the Green Ink commercials, something closer to a social media/instagram effect. Working off of her layout we created an advertisement that feels like a photo tear sheet or magazine composite. I’ve been rather consumed by my day job and hope to be a bit more communicative about projects, art and so forth as we head into the fall!
After shooting the fall videos for Green Ink Boutique, Becca and I took to the historic streets of Wickford village to create some fall looks.
The spring series of ad spots for Green Ink Boutique in Historic Wickford Village, RI!
I’ve been having fun getting back into working with video by creating tv spots for my sister’s store, Green Ink Boutique, in Wickford, RI (which is a lovely place to shop at and a necessary stop when driving through Wickford). These two spots were created for fall promotion and will be whipping up a couple more soon for the winter/holiday ads. I’ll also be editing a few longer commercials for online posting to show a bit more of what we shot where we aren’t constrained by commercial limitations.
The wonderfully whimsical Wickford… arts festival. So much for alliteration. Any who, thanks to my sister Beth from Green Ink, I was able to set up at this years Wickford Arts Festival and have a chance to peddle my wares to the art fancying patrons of South County.
Had a good amount of sales, met tons of wonderful people, made some great contacts and only got slightly sun burned!
Now with a renewed sense of drive and purpose I hope to be posting new work, new exhibitions and new opportunities on a regular basis!
Oh, and don’t mess about and move a bird’s home when setting up art on an arbor. Two of these little guys were very unhappy with me this weekend when relocated their birdhouse off to the side.
Ah, retail, the contemporary city square, the big box as a condensed social system where all walks of life pass each other in the pursuit of electronics! Er. So a chance meeting with Dave and Deb in my appliance section led to me photographing their wonderful, american made chests. From cigar humidors to urns to watch winders and flatware chests, they provide an elegant product for the discerning consumer. And people who can figure out how to use watch winders… which apparently I am not.
This spring I had the chance to help my sister Beth create a new ad spot for her store, Green Ink. It was my first shot at video in years and I think we did a pretty darn good job! I’m definitely looking to do more with video and hopefully will have that chance over the coming months. And anyone who happens to be in South County should definitely swing by 89 Brown Street in Wickford and check out the ladies boutique for the past 42 years!