Intentional Commercial Filmmaking
With Emily Mitchell
from Every Day Film School
It’s no secret that video is becoming increasingly popular to help tell the story and share the vision of commercial clients, and this video by Emily Mitchell showcasing the Ira Loves Mae spring clothing line is the perfect example of lifestyle meets commercial. During her Native Shoot at Photo Native, Emily Mitchell, founder of Every Day Film School, created a film that revolves around three main elements: a young family, fun and playful interactions, and a setting that is curated and styled to complement the clothing and overall aesthetic.
With a documentary style approach and some open-ended direction, the outcome resembles a relaxed catalog shoot with heartfelt emotion. And that setting? It’s the perfect amount of modern meets classic, complimenting the wardrobe perfectly.
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