Hamming It Up For the Camera // St Louis Photographer Rep & Creative Team, RepHeads

Recently we had the privilege of working with the amazing people at Farmland Foods for their delicious, mouth-watering Farmland Ham.   Set Stylist, Becky McFarland gathered the perfect dishes, cutting boards and creative accessories that enabled Food Stylist, Cheryl Brunswick to work her magic and make an already flawless piece of pork, picture perfect.  Photographer, Tony… Read More

Dr. Pepper Football Scholarship // St Louis Photographer Rep & Creative Team, RepHeads

Last Spring we had an opportunity to book an entire crew of hair & make-up artists, preppers and wardrobe stylists for the Football Scholarship Winners Dr. Pepper awards.  The energy on set was incredibly fun as the entire crew donned Dr. Pepper t-shirts embellished with their appropriate “I’m A ____” inscription.  Photographer & Videographer Tony… Read More

Emily Miller - Hair & Makeup Artist Face Forward – Emily Miller Named Top Makeup Artist by Lucky Magazine

It’s not every day a hair & make-up artist gets national recognition by such a well-known publication such as Lucky Magazine…until now!  Hair & Make-Up Artist, Emily Miller was featured recently on LuckyMag.com as one of the best of the best make-up artists in the industry.  Check out this article on Lucky Magazine to see… Read More

Photographer's Rep and Production Team Sometimes A Cigar Isn’t Just a Cigar – Tony Meoli // St Louis Photographer Rep & Creative Team, RepHeads

Recently a client came to us with a high priority project for Macanudo Cigars re-launch of their new website.  This project required a tight turnaround time of less than a week to shop, prep, source and photograph eight shots ranging from a single cigar to a box of cigars in upscale environments.  We knew this… Read More

We Monsters - Digital and Post Production Monster Monday! Digital & Post Production Magic by We Monsters

Client: Gray Agency for Wise Energy Initial Concept: Thoughts, Brainstorming & Collaborative Efforts Shots: The elephants that appear in each ad were combined from 10 various stock elephant shots and then dropped into a separate stock shot in post production.