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It was a love of photography that inspired Heath Robbins to leave his job as an agency executive and travel the world with a camera in hand. More than twenty years later, it is his love for food, people, and making pictures, that continues to fuel his commercial photography career with focus and passion. For every client and for every shoot, Heath sets out to capture moments, tastes, and emotions that pull people out of their everyday, and straight into the moments that he creates.

 

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It's FRIDAY!!!

 

Hey Hey Hey.........It's almost the weekend!  That said - it is Summertime too!  So, that normally means burgers, dogs and BBQ!  We love conquering all of that food - here in the studio in addition to the home.  Grilling is grilling, no matter where it gets done.  We've got the goods to grill in the studio too, should you need.  I love that!  So - whether the grilling weather is good outside or not, the grilling is always able to happen, as have a great set-up in the studio - with the right kitchen, crew, stylist, set and photographer. 

Eat well. Live happy.

Treats come in many forms

 

 

Late afternoon and the day is dragging.........just looking to get a few more things done before the weekend.  Nothing like a little caffeine push and maybe a sugar rush.  Life is a bit more enjoyable when we find some every day treats and up the bar, just a hair.  Love when we can work with clients and crew that have some awesome products too.  Keeps us all interested and as well, ready to sample the product.  All positive reviews, whcih certainly helps the brand!  Great way to end the week.

 

Early Morning Beginnings...........

 The day starts with lots on the agenda........breakfast, warmth, treats, home-made goodness, moodiness, atmosphere.  All are key words to keep everyone focused on the task at hand.  Treats are starting to be made, the smells are amazing and the kettle is humming with water heating to add touches of warmth to the plans.  Winter is coming to a close and Spring is around the corner - or so we hope, but today - we continue to focus on the cozy feeling you can get with the right food, beverages and settings.


A day of shooting with Catrine is a day of wonder - plans that seem to expand and evolve.  Her energy and vibrant spirit, tied with Heath's intensity and passion, create magic on the set.  Little touches of powdered sugar here, a small sifter that adds a touch, a hint of light that strikes the set just in the right way, a peek of light blue that glistens against the white porcelain and pops just the right amount.  It almost feels like it creates music - especially when it all just works.


These are the days........creation by a team of passionate, creative, thoughtful people.  It's a good day!

Eataly.......an experience

Truly, a day of work and fun, capturing the flavor of everything this special place has for people to enjoy.  What started out like any assignment, the email and phone call.  

Available?  Interested?  Sure, why not?  

Not really Heath's normal thing to do, but it seemed like an assignment that could be so much more - and it was.

People were buzzing around, last minute touches, dignitaries, chefs, politicians, foodies - all there for the opening of what already is an incredible success in NYC and now, the opening in Boston.  Everywhere you turn, there was some delictable tidbit that needed to be captured and Heath got the front seat, as Boston met EATALY.

Welcome to the neighborhood, we're excited you are here!

 

A touch of homemade goodness

 

 

 

A special little place, The Vermont Creamery, became a story that evolved into a memorable day.  From farm to table with much love and care.  The Creamery started by two young visionaries and grew into a labor of love in a small farm in Brookfield.  A team of family, friends and creamery artisans joined together to enjoy what nature had provided.  We enjoyed our time and celebrated all that the farm had to provide.

To see more imagery, please visit the full story on our site:

http://www.heathrobbins.com/Stories/Vermont-Creamery/1