The 4th Creative Collaboration by Cindy Martin of bSharp Creative.

bsharpcreativeCollaborationHere is the fourth collaboration.  I enjoyed creating this one with Cindy Martin a good friend and great creative.  Well enough of my words!  Take a look at what she wrote and get a glimpse of why she did what she did and what her company is about:

The dramatic tones of Tahitian Pearls are not just for the First Lady. Shawn and I teamed up to show sophisticated Tahitian Pearls for everyday work or play. When Shawn asked me to collaborate, I thought, “what can I ask him to shoot that would provide a contrast to his other collaborations, and maybe add a feminine touch?” Well, my love for jewelry spawned the idea to show the boardroom power of pearls combined with the elegance women desire. I really enjoyed this opportunity to photograph and design around such a beautiful and natural creation. Tahitian Pearls all have an iridescent sheen in colors of black, grey, green and other shades. They’re created by the black-lipped Pinctada margaritifera pearl oyster found throughout its native waters of French Polynesia. Finding that perfect outfit to show off a stunning piece of art was a hoot and I’m not really a shopper. Ask Shawn to share the whole collection of shots with you if you’d like to see more of his awesome model photography.
 
Cindy is a freelance graphic designer and co-owner of bSharp Creative who provide tangible communication solutions to businesses and agencies in graphic design, video production, web design & development and copywriting services.

Cindy M. Martin

http://www.bsharpcreative.com
http://www.linkedin.com/in/cindymmartin
http://bsharpcreative.wordpress.com

office 763-428-3675
cell 763-234-3858
fax 763-428-5070

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About Shawn Nielsen

Commercial Photographer in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. My studio is a building that I built on my 7.5 acre hobby farm and is wonderfully surrounded by country that is full of crops, trees, goats, etc.

Posted on November 11, 2009, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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