The first time I saw the Hope Haven Little Homes, I couldn’t believe how adorable the whole set-up was. When I saw how these pictures from the shoot turned out, my exact words were:
“Freaking cutest things in the whole world”.
The Hope Haven Little Home is a product I would have died for as a kid. I loved playing with small human figurines (usually with a few animals thrown in the mix). I’d use any dollhouses I could find and put them all in a row like a real neighborhood. I’d open the homes and move around the furniture in the house until it looked just right. And then I’d play and play. The little girl in me LOVED to move the furniture around when I was positioning the houses for the flay lays….
She was like me as a little girl. She loved her dollhouses. Many years later, she was re-doing her childhood dollhouse and had a little too much fun… That’s when Hope Haven Little Home was first imagined. Several years later, I met her at Vintage Market Days. After visiting her booth, I did an impulsive thing… I bought all of Piper’s birthday presents months early. We connected that weekend on instagram and she asked me to take her pictures.
These little homes are designed to bring the imagination and creative play of traditional dollhouses to a modern and versatile suitcase style miniature home.
With magnet wallpapers, tables that flip to baskets, and couches that turn into beds, little (or big) ones never run out of re decorating and arranging possibilities.
I wanted to show different ways they could be set up, different places they could be played with, different ages, etc. The models couldn’t get enough of the toys – which made my job easy peasy!
I love helping small, creative businesses succeed and grow. Product pictures make all the difference. Not only do product pictures help to establish an aesthetic, they also go a long way towards developing your brand and image. It makes it easier for people to refer you and find you when there are beautiful and consistent images on your website and social media. From your product shoot, it elevates your brand from the initial launch and makes you more accessible and attractive to customers.
Kylee started Kylee Ann Photography 9 years ago, and has since grown from a one woman amateur show to a full associate team. We shoot 50-75 weddings a year, and thrive on kindness and service. After a year of teaching Intro to Photography at the local technical college, she discovered that helping other entrepreneurs create thriving businesses is what fires her up! She hosts semi-annual Kylee Ann Sleepovers all over the US, speak at conferences and teach online courses about running a small business and marketing.
September 10, 2021