Photography work for Gelataria Portuense, an italian inspired artisanal ice cream shop in Porto, with styling by Ema Mota Ramos. Ice creams are such a fun and colorful subject for food photography. We wanted the images to have a creative and timeless feel to it, with colors playing a major part in the whole process.
Editorial campaign shot for Edghe Store and their autumn/winter collection last year in Viana do Castelo, Portugal.
Model: Bruno Cunha.
Flowers and water belong together, the two most colorful elements of our human experience; bright and vivid in our childhood memories, we can all remember the small drops of water that forgot to fall after a storm and lingered, instead, atop the small petals like little bugs, reflecting the first rays of wet, muddy sunshine; tiny bearers of infinite hope. The night is over and a new season has begun.
We created this session with Ema Mota Ramos and her beautiful flowers from Jardin D’Époque
Mercado Loft Store is, without a doubt, one of the prettiest stores in Porto. We shot an editorial there last year with Jardin D’Époque and Romã Eventos and it was a visual experience we'll never forget. Winter light enters the place with such soft intentions, one can't help but feel transported.
Model: Pawel Szostak
Ema Mota Ramos is one of those people who spread beauty wherever they go; she sees potential where other people see ugliness and she transforms things in such an effortless, graceful manner, it makes one think it was always supposed to be that way - and it probably was: aren't all things meant to be beautiful when fully themselves? She's the soul and mind behind Jardin d’Époque, a floral design studio, but has become much more than that lately, with many other projects going on; styling is one of the things she does best and her new paths seem to fit her to perfection.