Teapigs Product Photography Animations

Stop-motion product photography animation of teacups teabag being dunked into mug
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs tea in a breakfast scene milk being poured in
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs cup tearing through a red wall with tea being poured in
Stop-motion product photography animation of teabag mountain
Stop-motion product photography animation of Teapigs tea bags bursting through pink backdrop.
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs mugs stacked
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs purple mugs stacked
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs mug being picked up
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs green mug being picked up
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs orange mug being picked up
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs teabags boxes laid flat alternating
Stop-motion product photography animation of teapigs teabags boxes laid flat alternating

Commissioned Project, Teapigs Product Photography Animations.

As a lover of tea, and fancy tea at that, Teapigs was on my list of dream brands to work with. And, for an entirely stop-motion animation brief, no less. Through my regular client Aduro Communications, we worked together to develop a photoshoot plan of Teapigs product photography animations to carry the brand’s social pages through Autumn and Winter of ‘23. This was a rare opportunity to work with a product I was already an active consumer of! I’d never pick favourites with projects, but adding a distinctive logo to my client board is a very nice feeling.

I am not a paid actor, but I do genuinely believe that Teapigs’ Everyday Brew is the god-tier of tea.

Brew-Tea-ful Social Content, anyone?

The brief called for fun, colourful and quirky content. Just once it’d be nice to get briefed for dull and lifeless content, eh? This included some realistic at-home environments I took great joy in creating alongside my go-to prop stylist, Georgina Isaac. Our usual combined creative energy (recently discovered on our recent project with Cono Sur) and enthusiastic involvement from the client led to a creatively productive couple of days in the studio, and an incredibly memorable project in the archive.

I continued to develop my short-form stop-motion method on this project, and to great effect! In particular, the hands bursting through the backdrop assets. This is a common composition among product photographers, but I’d yet to see anyone including motion with this style of image. So, I was happy to potentially break that ground. As I spend more time developing my process to create content like this, the areas that need improvement become more clear. I am totally satisfied with the outcomes of this project, but I am eager to improve upon it in future projects.

 

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