big jambox

I hinted at it before, but I’ve been working on a big campaign to help launch Jawbone’s latest wireless and all around awesome speaker, The Big Jambox. It was designed by Yves Behar to be the big brother to the ultra portable original jambox. And having spent the week with the big version, I can tell you the sound is amazing and really good for larger spaces and outside (parties! picnics! I’m not being paid to say this!).

I got to work with a great ad agency based out of San Francisco and, together, we created a series of images of the big jambox in some seriously great interiors. It was all very exciting, I had to sign an nda since it hadn’t come out yet and we had to be very hush hush about the product. I’m lucky to have a network of people with great homes that I could call upon at the last minute (like Tracy and Gregory and Simon and Laura and Elsie and Abby and Erin and Jerome–thanks to all of you!).

It was also a great chance for Morgan and I to do more work together–she handled the props and styling of a ton of different interiors and probably made 4 million decisions every day. And though I almost completely wore her and Heather out–we shot 3 locations a day for 4 days in a row–I thought everyone did a fantastic job and couldn’t be happier. You can see all the images for the Big Jambox on pinterest.

Obviously no shoot would be complete without a cameo appearance by Hazel. Check out all the images on pinterest.

22 Responses to “big jambox”

  1. seriously?! these images are ridiculous. i totally wanted a jambox before but now i don’t know if i can live without one. thanks. : ) and, as always, beautiful styling – truly some iconic/memorable images. hope to one day cross paths with you ladies!

    erica lawton interiors

  2. oluv says:

    great images, perfect promotion for jawbone!
    btw, were you able to compare the big jambox to the bose soundlink which is even slightly smaller and costs the same?

  3. john says:

    I’m hyperventilating, these pics/stylings are too good. And I like the pile of books in place of the missing leg. Very Brian A. Murphy.

  4. Theresa says:

    Go Laure Go! These photos are beautiful/amazing/vibrant/awesome/make me happy!!!

  5. My goodness, you weren’t joking — these houses are stunning. And even more beautiful are your photos — so Pinterest-worthy! ;) You never cease to impress, Ms. Joliet.

  6. Cal says:

    Love the pics and that speaker is cool!

  7. umithepumi says:

    Amazing. You and your team have turned out some gorgeous images, timely still lives, and (gasp) product shots. Wonderful, beautiful, exceptional.

  8. [...] Today, Laure Joliet posted about an awesome campaign she is shooting with Jawbone on their latest product, Big Jambox speakers. Let’s take a moment to check how gorgeous these photos are: [...]

  9. Sonchia says:

    I have the original [small] jambox and LOVE it. These incredible photos now make me want the big one. Really – these shots are lovely.

  10. Victoria/A Gifted Society says:

    Seriously gorgeous!

  11. amy says:

    such lovely photos! now i want a jambox. and a table with a missing leg. and an adorable cat.

  12. [...] of the places I got to shoot for the Big Jambox was the Zoe Bios Creative Studio in Silver Lake. I met founders Caitlin and Minh recently when I [...]

  13. laure says:

    Thanks everyone for such nice words! It was a whirlwind and I’m just happy we were able to create some beautiful images!

  14. Linsi says:

    I like the table like a tree! Very interesting !

  15. Maggie says:

    Love these photos! Where did you get the corkboard from for this one?

    it creates such a lovely effect

  16. laure says:

    maggie, it’s actually plywood!

  17. [...] workspace was styled by Laure Joliet for Jambox.) This entry was posted in photo and tagged desk, workspace. Bookmark the permalink. [...]

  18. [...] it. It didn’t hurt that Morgan and I have a history of collaborating on projects (see here, here and here) so we all traveled out to Palm Springs and spent 3 days installing and shooting. Morgan [...]

  19. TJ says:

    Do you know what kind of bedside lamp that is in the 2nd to last image (little black one)?

  20. [...] I shoot interiors and lifestyle for publications like the New York Times, Sunset Magazine and California Home + Design. I also shoot social media and commercial projects. [...]

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  22. [...] of the places I got to shoot for the Big Jambox was the Zoe Bios Creative Studio in Silver Lake. I met founders Caitlin and Minh recently when I [...]

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