"The Yeah Bitches" was a conceptual lookbook project for a graphic T-shirt company — from concept to styling to set design to page layout, Neon Soapbox was responsible for all creative direction on the project. We created a "fake band" and shot a series of photos of what it would be like to be behind the scenes with them all the way up to a performance. Photos by Ethan Ingram.

Sage Charmaine wanted to do something special for her EP release besides all the press photos we had taken — so we planned a special photo series exclusively for Instagram, with captions that were specifically about the album release. These are just some of the photos we took. (Photographer: Katy Pritchett)

Paris Love is a model and actress from Los Angeles, and we worked with her and clothing brand Iron Fist to create "rock" inspired images for a magazine spread. We handled concept, styling, and set design for this shoot. Photos by Ethan Ingram. 

Julian Moon underwent a re-branding phase from her debut album in 2015 to her new EP, "Pomegranate Seeds" in which she wanted to show off a more bohemian side of herself. We created all album art components, styling, set design, video direction and more for the project. Photos by Kevin Ipalari.

In preparation for his new single, "It Will Never Be Enough" we needed new press photos that were edgy and on-brand for Alt-pop act Vesperteen. This simple photo shoot was set up with a Neon Soapbox fave photographer, Mallory Turner who used double exposure effects and polaroid. We love to pair musicians with photographers that we think will be a great fit. 

Opting for a more styled look with these photos, we produced and styled this photoshoot alongside celebrity photographer Angelo Kritikos and makeup artist/groomer Alison Cristian for FINNEAS' new solo project. 

Sage Charmaine underwent a re-branding phase from her previously released singles and more "punk rock" appeal from when she was eleven. Finding a new sound and maturity with her new music, we wanted to produce and style a shoot that reflected more of Sage Charmaine’s personality and new musical direction. Photos by Katy Pritchett.

 

We wanted to create a visual alongside Musician/Songwriter Julian Moon that encompassed her new EP "Pomegranate Seeds" and had her write a spoken word poem that served as the back bone for the project. Since the songs had a thruline, we wanted a visual that matched with what she had created — we styled, shot, and edited this video for Julian. 

 

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Album art for Finneas' single, "I'm In Love Without You".

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Album Art for SAGE's single "Cherries".

 

Sage Charmaine’s first single release from her debut EP, “don’t leave me,” included two songs: “Look Up 2 Me”, and “Ashes”, a track written/produced by Rocky Lynch — Creative Director, Angie Piccirillo, wrote the script and directed/produced the music video for “Ashes”, which premiered on Billboard magazine on the day of release.