One of the key things for me as a photographer is getting to know my clients and getting to know them well. For me, its well worth the investment of my time and energy to get this right. It makes for the best possible combination when working together on projects. Its team work all the way!
“Our clients upscaled from a small property into a much larger home. They wanted to a more grown up and colourful style throughout the house which would stand the test of time and family life.
With no time and three very young children they wanted a home that was comfortable and stylish but not too precious and definitely not a show home.”
“I wanted to capture that the interiors had been designed for living in. It was showing the story of a family home and all that entails such as storage, robust materials, toys as well as an adult space for the evenings and a very stylish home office. For example, our use of bullet proof performance fabric meant a cream chaise sofa with contrast piping was not a crazy idea, but in fact family friendly.”
“It is the incidental images that I discover she has taken without being directed. We have a very good working relationship which means I can trust her to not only take the expected shots, but also those story telling images.”
“Nikki is an excellent photographer from a technical standpoint (as others that I have worked with have been). What really elevates her from her peers is her background in branding and marketing, which means she has an eye for proactively capturing additional images which provide great story telling opportunities for my business’s marketing.”
“We have developed an instinctive working relationship on shoots and at the end of them I always discover that (with no specific direction from me) she had taken lots of little incidental shots that perfectly captures the mood of the room. Nikki is a star!”
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