This week, we hosted a small crew from Sister Jane at Brick House Farm, near Ashford Kent. Animals were a key part of the brief for this fashion shoot and Brick House did not disappoint.
With the days being so short in December, the crew opted for a shoot-and-stay option, arriving the night before and splitting themselves between the fishing shack accommodation on the farm, as well as a room at the Woolpack Inn just down the road in Tenterden. Their shoot day could then start as early as they wished.
The clothing brand’s brief was focussed on ANIMALS. Brick House Farm was chosen for its complete array – including geese, chickens, ponies, sheep, pigs, a labrador and a cow!
Brick House Farm also has some wonderful old barns, a lovely farmhouse and a full mix of country props, including vintage bikes, a horse wagon and a caravan.
The December fashion shoot for Sister Jane is to launch the brand’s early Spring collection. A frosty start did not worry the crew. The blue skies, animals, fields and warm welcome set the tone for a very productive day. The owner also catered for the team on site, with the fishing shack accommodation doubling up for wardrobe, make up, hair, and dining – small but perfectly formed! The campaign goes live mid January. Cannot wait.
Read more about Brick House Farm as a shoot location here.
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