Rebrand roundup.


After what has been an amazing year, I recently blocked myself out for (almost) two weeks to work on the future strategy and identity of Capture Collect Photography.

Completed with sister company Studio S&H (a marketing consultancy) - I’ve been working hard behind the scenes on our visual identity, business wide-strategy, and growth plans to showcase what we do best… partnering with our clients to shoot engaging visual content.

Having worked previously at S&H to help other start-ups/SMEs to build a strong identity with a lasting impression - the Capture Collect logo and colours use the eye-catching Pantone 1785 C and 114 C. The logo has been created as a full type based logo (with an animated variant) and a simple emblem that can be seen as our Favicon and on social.

Moving away from being a traditional photographers portfolio of a gallery or two - I’m so proud of the content that we produce that I wanted to concisely show the range that I cover. All work has been broken down into four portfolios of content, with a selection of recent case studies that highlight some of my proudest moments.

I’ve also reposted old blog posts, where I wrote guides on all things 35mm and cameras - with a few updates here and there too.

To compliment the new identity, I’ve created new business cards, that use the Pantone branding colours, and are printed onto lovely 600 gsm paper stock - on a vertical art-board (controversial).

Hikaru Funnell - Capture Collect Photography - Still Life Product - CC Business Cards - Oct 2018.jpg

Part of our new identity was to highlight the changes that I’ve personally made as a photographer - working with lots of diverse and amazing clients throughout 2018. I wanted to build a platform with a simple, yet impactful UI, that really enforced the my brand values and communicated what CC stands for.

Ranging from brand launches, BTS shoots all the way through to large still life food and product photography shoots, CC is growing, with more projects taking on assistants, digi ops and stylists to fully realise our client’s needs.

Deciding not to try and over-extend as a photographer, I specialise in coverage, food & drink, interiors and still life product photography - combining that with our four core services; photography, in-house project management, flawless re-touching, and being a trusted partner.

I’m so excited for the year ahead, growing with our retainer clients, partnering with new friends, and shooting the best content possible!