Amanda Ewbank owns and runs Warradale’s local Homewares store, Pebble & Palm on Sturt Road. We caught up to brainstorm images that would capture elements of her store in the local environment. After working out the logistics and finding a timely date with good weather (actually it ended up being a slightly impromptu ‘let’s go before the weather turns’ approach!) we hit Seacliff Beach. The day truly was divine! After loading the car up with as much as we could possibly carry (also knowing we had to ferry it from the car to the sand dunes!) we set about making the most of the beautiful weather and location.
You can see from the images Amanda wanted to focus on capturing a few things – textures (I mean who isn’t driven by the beautiful texture of a soft blanket), colours (focusing on what was on trend for the upcoming winter) and of course product. As well as of course tying it into an environment that would allow her followers recognise their lovely local beach thus strengthening the bond to being the ‘local homewares store’!
Overall we captured a wide range of shots for Pebble & Palm’s socials and website. It was an in intense shoot as we hurried to beat the sunset but as I’ve discovered over the years, I work better when under pressure and need to create within a short time frame! (yay for a skill I didn’t think would be so important post study!)
You can check out a selection of shots here and of course, I encourage you to visit Pebble & Palm’s online store or for an even better experience, visit them in person on Sturt Road, Warradale – you’ll find them on the corner of Sturt & Launceston Ave.