Scenes from a Photo Shoot


We could not have asked for better weather for our second photo shoot for Stone + Pearl Bridal (however we could have done without the million and one bugs). We spent the afternoon at Ralph Stover State Park with Tinicum Creek as our backdrop. We had the opportunity to work again with Robyn Graham Photography. Robyn is a joy to be around and, more importantly, her work is amazing. Courtney Conway, previous Top Model contestant, modeled the jewelry. She broke the news that she just got engaged 2 weeks ago!! Perfect timing. Her sweet mother attended the shoot and was glowing with excitement to see her little girl in a wedding dress. We, too, are glowing with excitement because the shoot was PERFECT. We even grabbed a cute fisherman and his dog to pose for us!

We wanted to share some of the action behind the scenes…

Judith D'Andrea, makeup Artist
Judith D’Andrea, makeup Artist  
We also did headshots of the Stone + Pearl team
We also did headshots of the Stone + Pearl team
Sarah looking on quite proudly!
Sarah supervising quite proudly!


Hannah and Leia eating M&M's and taking selfies
Hannah and Leia eating M&M’s and taking selfies 
Roger the Trout Fisherman and his dog Tika (our catch of the day!)
Roger the Trout Fisherman and his dog Tika (our catch of the day!) 
Angelina, our Intern
Angelina, our Intern

About Author

My name is Sarah Cornwell and I am the designer behind Sarah Cornwell Jewelry. I began making jewelry in 2000 while living in Arizona. At that time, I was designing more southwest style pieces to appeal to my customers. However, I found myself always being attracted to pearls and neutral and pastel color gemstones that brought back memories from trips to the beach with my family when I was a kid. My design style evolved into the coastal inspired jewelry it is today. I love the bright corals, cool greens, crisp whites, and curious shapes of the beach and strive to create that in every piece.

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  1. […] example of a recent product shoot.  The product is coastal inspired pearl bridal jewelry made by Stone and Pearl.  To see images of me working during the shoot visit the Stone and Pearl blog post about the […]

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