When ebb&flow first reached out to us, they were at the beginning of an extensive rebrand, including re-naming their brand and building a new website. We worked together to reimagine, what the new ebb&flow brand would look like in photo form.
As a Brisbane design studio that specialises in supplying authentic Australian design pieces for the hospitality, commercial, and residential markets, many of their products are not just designed in Australia, they are manufactured and assembled here too. They represent the little designers who are breaking through with a more sustainable approach. It was important to me that we captured this in their shoot.
With this brief in mind, we embarked upon a branding shoot that showcased the Australian designers that they represent, and I even sourced objects created by local ceramic artist Jess Sellinger. In the weeks prior I worked with the ebb&flow team to select clothing that represented them as individuals, and their branding colours, and aimed to select clothing that was made by Australian fashion houses.