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A few shots to share from a recent Noritake photoshoot. Images taken with the Sony Nex-6. The items in this shoot are all from the Colorwave Collection.

Once again, I’m acting as the client (as Marketing Manager for Noritake). Our photographer was James Ransom (the shots in this post are mine, James shot the real ones), and our stylist was Alexis Anthony.

All the samples are all lined up. (Bonus points if you know the reference there.)

No shoot is complete without Alexis’ arm showing up in my photos.

Colorwave Clay dinnerware and Colorwave Graphite glassware.

Mixed: Colorwave Clay, Chocolate, Graphite, and White.

Colorwave Spruce.

Mixed: Colorwave Apple, Blue, Turquoise, Green, Ice, Spruce.

New accessories in Colorwave!

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Are You Smarter Than A Dinner Plate?

by Jamie Sanford on May 27, 2015

For the third year running, I developed the initial script for a Noritake animated short film. This year’s video is a parody of a popular game show, and is called Are You Smarter Than A Dinner Plate? I have embedded the final product below. If you cannot see the video, please click here.

If you’d like to see the previous videos, you can see The Plating Game here and The Plate Show here.

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A few shots to share from a recent Noritake photoshoot. Images taken with the Sony Nex-6. The items in this shoot are all from the Colorwave Collection.

Once again, I’m acting as the client (as Marketing Manager for Noritake). Our photographer was James Ransom (the shots in this post are mine, James shot the real ones), and our stylist was Alexis Anthony.

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A few shots to share from a recent Noritake photoshoot. You can see my other images from the past few photoshoots here, here, here, here, and here. Images taken with the Sony Nex-6.

Once again, I’m acting as the client (as Marketing Manager for Noritake). Our photographer was James Ransom (the shots in this post are mine, James shot the real ones), and our stylist was Alexis Anthony.

These items are in 3 different patterns, part of the newly-launched Culinary White collection on NoritakeChina.com.

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A few shots to share from last week’s Noritake photoshoot. You can see my other images from the past few photoshoots here. Images taken with the Sony Alpha 550 and the 50mm f/1.4 Sony Carl Zeiss lens.

Once again, I’m acting as the client (as Marketing Manager for Noritake). Our photographer was James Ransom (the shots in this post are mine, James shot the real ones), and our stylist was Alexis Anthony.

The burst of color from these oranges was gorgeous on Colorvara Blue.

Alexis handmade gorgeous flowers with paper to accompany Yoshino.

I ate my first pomegranate seed after we shot this one. It was more tart than I expected.

One of the shots featured this small textured teapot.

My favorite prop of the shoot was this little hand. Lovely.

The thing that comes out of my experience on these shoots is always that I wish I had more storage space so I could have all sorts of little props to make my own tablescapes for the fabulous dinner parties I have, at least in my mind.

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