Hello all, this week I'm going to take a break from the music blogs I've been doing and show you some of the work I have been doing.
A few weeks ago I was approached by the owners of Rustic Rails to do product photography. I've never ventured into that area before but thought I would give it a try. After meeting with them and getting a feel for what they wanted I went to work. Before we get to the product images lets take a minute to meet these ladies and what they offer.
Rustic Rails, a business located in Bridger, Mt, makes railroad spike hooks and hangers for any room in your home and for any use, these things are stout, they also make an assortment of knobs and handles to give your doors and cabinetry that beautiful rustic look and feel.
The business was started in 2015 by Michael Coulimore, he dedicated countless hours to perfecting the technique needed to keep the old style rustic look of the railroad spikes that everyone loves. His sister Christine started working for him and learning the craft in 2016 and quickly fell in love with the process. She loved being able to work with her hands and create an amazing and beautiful product.
After a year of working together Michael decided to go another route and in 2017 he passed the business on to Christine.
Although Christine had no problems running the day to day aspects of the business she felt something wasn't quite right, that she was missing something. What she was missing was a business partner. A partner to share in the ups, downs, and joys of running a business and who better to have as a partner than her best friend and mother Ramona. The two of them mesh perfectly together and feed off of each other's strengths to create a fun and energetic work environment as well as a beautiful product. As I stated, in the beginning, these ladies make knobs, hooks, handles, and pegs but they are always brainstorming to come up with new and exciting products to make from RR spikes and are more than happy to take custom orders. So when it's time for a makeover on your doors and cabinets or if you just need a hook to throw your coat and hat on look no farther than Christine and Ramona Coulimore at Rustic Rails. They would be happy to answer any questions you may have by contacting them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rusticrailsmt/ while your there give their page a like or you can contact them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Now on to the pics.
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