Branding Photography: Grit and Grace Studio Charleston
I love the challenges of branding photography and representing a small business through images and it has been incredibly rewarding to have been with Grit & Grace Studio since almost the beginning. (You may remember that one of my first posts on this blog was of their gorgeous oyster dishes and product but there are about 20 more shoots in between that I somehow haven’t gotten around to sharing!)
I can’t stress enough how valuable it is to work consistently with the same client, especially during their heavy growth phase. Not only have both Grit & Grace and I grown as professionals, we are so entirely on the same page about telling the story of their product and brand visually. This makes our creative process a quick and fluid exchange, we’re able to play off of our foundation and previous work to create a seamless body of imagery for social media, signage, whole sale, newsletters, and the website… and laugh about our horrible OCD together!
Congratulations to Grit & Grace Studio on the launch of all their gorgeous spring products - more on that soon! - and continuing their incredibly valuable mission of oyster shell recycling in the Lowcountry.
If you didn’t already know, oyster shells are not only recyclable through SCDNR, old oyster shells are an essential part of rebuilding the reefs that prevent erosion and serve as a storm barrier, and old oyster shells are a vital part of the growth process of young oysters, also known as spat.
Grit & Grace Studio recycles 10 oysters for each oyster product sold, which qualifies it as guilt-free shopping in my book!
You can shop Grit & Grace Studio through their website, their location upstairs at 478 King Street, and at a number of quality boutiques along the coast in the Lowcountry.