Heather Rosner has a lot of experience working with diverse brand and editorial clients, specifically within fashion, set design, catalog, and e-commerce photography. The Wired feature pictured here, was among the most challenging shoots she's collaborated on:
"There are a lot of parallel lines and angles in those spreads, and they were challenging because they looked great on set, but appeared crooked on camera.", remembers Heather. As a stylist she had to walk and crawl on set to make adjustments, being very careful not to touch anything else. "There are many tricks we used to make things look lined up. A person unfamiliar with photography would probably laugh if they saw the set."
Heather really enjoys the days leading up to the shoot, where she's prepping in her workshop, sanding and spray painting. "I made huge foam blocks that needed to be painted blue, but the paint wouldn't stick. After much trial and error, I mixed Elmer's Glue into the paint, and that worked. But the real magic is seeing the hero shot on camera, and knowing that we've all worked together to make magic happen."
Heather's clients include Logitech, Peet’s Coffee, Impossible Foods, The North Face and so many more. If you'd like to collaborate with her, shoot her a direct message on Wrangle - and when you do, be sure to ask her about her three silken windhounds.