Found this stunning metallic blue and yellow shade transforming lipstick while out with stylist Pablo Pavia. We took it to the studio to create this stop motion animation.
What a fun shoot at Yes Creative Co. in LA with stylist Kiki Creative Co. and art director Danielle Moore.
Prodibi reached out to do an interview about my photography. It was a nice exercise on reflection and where I am today.
New work for Ronbow. What a production! From art direction, set design, styling, production to three sets going at one time for seven days. Photographing vanities, sinks and mirrors… here are some of the images. Thanks to an amazing, talented crew, Lola Creative Agency and the folks over at Ronbow for all the hard work!
Adding some (e)motion with Redbubble. Love you guys!
What a fun and creative team over at Redbubble!
I never thought I’d be asked to photograph the top 10 marijuana strains for an editorial piece. Thanks Inked Magazine for reaching out!
Showing materials for Rothy’s 3D knitted shoes from recycled plastic bottles.
Wonderful folks over at Cocofloss let us drive creative to make playful imagery for their awesome product. Thanks for being so open and fun to work with!
Playful new collaboration with prop stylist Bryson Gill.
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New tech/lifestyle work for Logitech
So happy to work with such a creative editor, Erin Feher of San Francisco Chronicle’s new magazine Habitat. Stylist Bianca Sotelo took the “goods” to the next level and… we landed the cover! From the bedroom, bar and dining table…
A collaboration between creative minds for the love of food, fashion and photography.
Check out the whole project at cerahensleystudio.com/the-wild-party
Props: Mat Gibilisco
Wardrobe: Katherine Nowacki
Food: Amanda Anselmino
Manicurist: Taylor Fabulous
Photo Assist: Peter Van Der Pas
Prop Assist: David Gonzalez
Styled by Bryson Gill.
Styling Magician Bryson Gill.
Making magic with Designer Jill Harrell of Scabby Robot.
My photo project inspired by San Francisco’s Chinatown made it into The New Asterisks Magazine Spring 2016 issue.
The series can be seen at http://www.cerahensleystudio.com/reverse_archaeology
New work for PAX on site and in stores.
We’ve been riding the tsunami of change in these past few years. Tech has flooded San Francisco with constant innovation and left in it’s wake, shells of outdated technologies. A big thank you to prop stylist James Whitney who shared my vision and was as excited as me to create these fun images.
With stylist / paper magician Kiersten Stevens.
Fun days in the studio photographing a holiday “Gift Ideas” campaign for paxvapor.com.
Prop Styling by Rosy Strazzeri-Fridman.
Super happy to announce I’m being represented by LOLA Creative Agency.