More and more brands are turning to video to reach their audience, so if considering video for your brand, we should talk.
Do you need a stylist or an event designer, but you don’t think our personal styles align? When styling food and props for a client, styling a wedding, or designing an interior, my focus is on the brand or individual’s tastes. I love to draw on what inspires others or what represents a brand. Although my personal style is aged,… Keep Reading
Do you have a small business or a business plan you’re just putting into motion? I can help! As a food & prop stylist, I love working with businesses just as they’re hitting the ground. This is the point when on-brand photos make one of the biggest impacts on potential customers. Releasing a website or growing a social media following… Keep Reading
Cheers to a flower filled 2016! May your cup runneth over with beauty! Post Script: Client: Roxanne’s Dried Flowers Styled by Thommy Conroy and Quelcy. Photography by Quelcy.
May your hearts and tables be full! Happy Thanksgiving!
If you’ve ever looked at Roxanne’s Dried Flowers’ website, then you have peered into my dream gatherings. When I style and photograph these scenes for the shop, especially during the fall, my imagination wanders to farm house gatherings, long tables, harvest elements and golden accents. I recently styled these Thanksgiving style guides for a newsletter and blog post. Welcome to… Keep Reading
Around Pittsburgh, Natrona Bottle Company’s products are as much a part of the culture as pierogi and french fries on sandwiches. I’m a fan of the brand’s vintage vibe and the use of real cane sugar. Both are values rooted in the company’s extensive history. In 1904, Ed Welsh founded the Natrona Bottling Works. In 1939, John Bowser acquired the company. John’s… Keep Reading
I’m in awe of makers who convert a salvaged tree trunk into a beautiful object (an awe heightened by a woodshop project in college that nearly broke my spirit). Darren Myers is working on a blossoming collection of these small, intricately patterned wooden bowls. Such beautiful bowls deserve their time in front of a camera, so photographer Adam Milliron and… Keep Reading
While paging through an architecture magazine as a student, I discovered a barn converted into a home. The openness, the repurposed iconic doors, the rustic-meets-modern aesthetic…all of it had me sold, and the idea of a barn home lives on somewhere in the back of my brain. Part of why I loved the idea so much stems from a general… Keep Reading
Each spring, TABLE Magazine turns its focus to design. I styled these very distinct scenes as part of the design issue’s story entitled Mix & Match, which included ideas for pushing past comfort zones and using elements in new ways. Mix & Match: Color & Incense Feature spring bulbs in loose centerpieces, as well as fresh florals and decorative cabbages. (featured florals by Thommy… Keep Reading