~ Nina Sabina Caballero
Fine art professional specialized in art consulting for corporate or private collections. If you need artwork or if you’re considering starting your own art collection or looking for new works to add to your existing one, I am here for you - experienced collectors and novices alike. The aim is to facilitate the relationship between artists, collectors, institutions, and art venues, thereby enabling an impressive portfolio of services for clients worldwide.
~ Leonardo da Vinci
~ Wassily Kandinsky
Fine art professional working with selected potential artists and develops brand awareness with events, exhibitions, collaborations, sponsorship, and dedicated marketing strategies. I work to establish artistic standards while simultaneously building a solid sales and performance record with strategically established market awareness.
To stand out in a crowded marketplace, the artist's online presence has to be cohesive and reflect the artistic vision. From writing a biography and statement to navigate the art world - I’ll offer guidance to achieve the ultimate success.
I will compile a proposal that will reach the top art galleries worldwide, art collectors, and other great opportunities to solidify the artist’s reputation and a visible growth in sales. I know each artist has specific needs, being in different stages of their careers, so I also offer private coaching programs that target your needs.
Are you considering taking your career to the next level, but you’re not sure how to make that happen? I am here to help you! I work with artists in one-on-one sessions, dedicating my full attention to your specific needs, then coming with the right strategy.
Our private coaching session can be on the topic of your choice:
Developing sales strategies
Exhibitions strategy, curating and plan
Growing client database
Sales strategy and online sales
Social Media Strategy and Channels
PR - online and print media
Website plan and creation
~ Henry Ward Beecher
~ Jerzy Kosinski
Commissioned art has long been associated with a display of wealth, power, and refined taste. Governments commission statues, Kings, hired exclusive painters, and prestigious universities commission portraits of their founders. Thousands of years ago, it was happening, and it is still happening today. But, commissioning artwork is not limited to the upper echelon of society. Anybody that loves art can commission a piece.
If you are new to commissioning, here are a few reasons that you should jump in.
1. It's fun. You should commission art because it is fun. It's exciting to see a real artist turn your idea into a tangible piece of art. It gives you a chance to make a personal connection with an artist and work with them toward a final product that you are both happy with.
2. Partake in the creative process Commissioning art lets you join in on the creative process. The artist will draw or paint based on your input. You choose the colors and styles. Then the artist will inject their creativity. If you are imaginative but not artistic, commissioning allows you to join in on the fun.
3. It makes a great gift. It makes for an awesome gift. Art is a luxury good, and luxuries make great gifts. But even better is personalized art. If you can give somebody a piece of art that caters to their style, brings back a good memory, or immortalizes their favorite pet, they won't forget about it or who gave it to them. You can bet that they won't be re-gifting it either.
4. You can get exactly what you want. When you walk into a gallery, your options are limited. And if you are trying to find a specific painting to match your living room motif, you may be out of luck. Commissioning a painting allows you to get exactly what you want. If you want a piece of art that matches your style, mood, or room's aura, commissioning is the way to go.
5. It has more meaning. Personalized artwork has more meaning. Artwork is an investment. It does not wear out, and good art never goes out of style. It should be a source of pride. Therefore, you want a piece of art that you have a personal connection with. It would be best if you showed it off proudly.
6. It's a keepsake. Unlike a photograph, a portrait is a keepsake, an heirloom, and a treasure passed down for generations. More importantly, your investment in this commissioned artwork will continue to appreciate.
Interested in new ways to approach viewers with a passion for storytelling through strong visuals. I dive into your search for clarity of your brand objectives. I set a simple direction for your brand and experience. I create, sketch, and prototype directions for your brand. The magic happens when strategy and design, storytelling, and strong visuals evolve side by side. I view creativity through my professional skills and experience and deliver it into action.
Mood boards, scripts, conceptual drawings, and productional outlines all play an important role. They also work as tools in turning ideas into reality. When the roadmap is ready, production goes into action. On the shooting day, everything is ready for the action. After careful planning and sourcing of the right people, right elements, and smooth flow of information, photography, and creativity are the key factors to make a dream into a reality.
– Joan Miro
~ Wassily Kandinsky
I have gained proven experience as a copywriter or related role. I know online content strategy and creation. I write, edit, and proofread my texts using advanced AI tools, such as SEMrush and Grammarly. I'm experienced with SEO-based contexts and content writing. I explore the internet and have strong research skills. My strongest attributes are my creativity and collaborative spirit with excellent time-management and organizational skills.
I have created clear and concise copy for ads, publications, and websites. I'm familiar with concept creation and engaging target audiences with compelling stories. I'm a team-spirited, skilled, and imaginative writer with an eye for detail. I can grasp project requirements quickly and offer valuable insight. You can find my writing samples in my portfolio to get an idea of the work I have done previously.
I write clear, attractive copy with a distinct voice. I interpret copywriting briefs to understand project requirements. I collaborate easily with designers, PR, and other professionals on large- and small-scale marketing projects, e.g., email campaigns and landing pages. I conduct high-quality research and interviews both in Finnish and English. I can edit and proofread the copy as needed. I always use SEO principles to maximize the copy’s reach. As an artist and photographer, I source images and other content from Adobe Stock or other sources. I can also create photos and retouched images myself.
As a writer, I conduct thorough research on industry-related topics, generate ideas for new content types, and proofread the articles before publication. I produce online content and have an eye for detail. I deliver quality writing pieces that appeal to our audiences, attract customers and boost brand awareness.
I can easily research industry-related topics by combining online sources, interviews, and studies. I write clear marketing copy to promote any products and services. I can prepare well-structured drafts using Content Management Systems. I proofread and edit copy before publication. I love to coordinate with marketing and design teams to illustrate articles. I always conduct simple keyword research and use SEO guidelines to increase web traffic. I identify customers’ needs and gaps in content and recommend new topics. I can create topic clusters and ensure high-quality content. I ensure all-around consistency with style, fonts, images, and tone. I have experience also in updating the website content if needed.
My mission is to give you something to treasure for a lifetime and beyond, and my goal is to inspire your creativity and bring out your best. My passion is to weave dreams into the real world as tangible art and make stories come to life. Conceptual photography is, by definition, a type of fine art. For this reason, the two are often confused or used interchangeably. Fine art is a broader category than conceptual photography; not all fine art is conceptual, though all conceptual photos are fine art.
Conceptual photographs may also resemble fine art portraits. The difference is that a conceptual portrait represents a specific idea, such as fear or curiosity, while a fine art portrait may have no specific meaning. For me, light is life – and the first light that I see is the sun. So, when I think about light, I think about the sun and nothing else. Window light is the most important light for me. When I take a picture using window light, I always think about the long trip the light is making to reach my subject.
It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. It would help if you had less imagination to be a painter because you can invent things. But in photography, everything is ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the extraordinary. The artist must understand the importance of composition. The golden mean the universal symbols. The concept of perfect balance is a part of this process, not only in the art but in our lives.
– Joan Miro
~ Albert Einstein
I have an excellent artistic eye and channel my visions into actual form with artistic details. I capture and set a certain mood and have sound knowledge in photo editing. Working great in teams, good communication, and time management skills. Being a Fashion Photographer is one of the most creative jobs I know. I have my artistic flair, creativity, and skills that I find very rewarding in this job in terms of personal fulfillment.
As Fashion Photographer, I work for fashion brands or individually and highlight the brands' fashion products and clothing in exciting and artistic ways. I can work closely with fashion designers, fashion labels, fashion houses, and models. I find the Fashion Photographer job quite creative and artistic. I'm open for catalog-, high fashion-. street fashion- and editorial fashion photography shootings.
We never see a photograph all at once. Our vision doesn’t work that way. We have to look at all the photograph parts and then assemble them in our mind's eye. This is one of the fascinating things about good artwork. It always brings forth that element of imagination and requires you to use your mind to really see it because your eye can’t possibly see it all.
To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with how you see them.
Most portrait shoots require some creativity and forethought. However, with documentary-style portraits, creative planning is focused on the model’s identity. You’re trying to highlight their personality rather than develop your own ideas and art. In fine art portraiture, it’s the reverse. The art you want to create – your ideas – is more important than the model’s personality.
This focus on art is perhaps most clear in fashion photography, where the models’ personalities are often irrelevant and eclipsed by the concept of the shoot. Unless the shoot highlights clothes and accessories, fashion photography tends to cross over into fine art photography. Just flip through some high-end fashion magazines to see this.
Art is standing with one hand extended into the universe and one hand extended into the world and letting ourselves be a conduit for passing energy. The subject is nothing. Light is everything. All the masterpieces of art contain both light and shadow. A happy life is filled with only sunshine, but it used both light and shadow to produce beauty.
– Joan Miro
To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place. I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with how you see them. If the photographer is interested in the people in front of his lens, and if he is compassionate, it’s already a lot. The instrument is not the camera but the photographer.
A good photograph communicates a fact, touches the heart, and leaves the viewer a changed person for having seen it. It is, in a word, effective. You can see beauty in all things. Seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.
All the masterpieces of art contain both light and shadow. A happy life is filled with only sunshine, but it used both light and shadow to produce beauty. For me, light is life – and the first light that I see is the sun. So, when I think about light, I think about the sun and nothing else. Window light is the most important light for me. When I take a picture using window light, I always think about the long trip the light is making to reach my subject.
To photograph people is to violate them, by seeing them as they never see themselves, by knowing them that they can never have; it turns people into objects that can be symbolically possessed. Just as a camera is a sublimation of the gun, photographing someone is a subliminal murder – a soft murder, appropriate to a sad, frightened time.
There is no single form or style of portraiture. Portraiture means individualism and, as such, means diversity, self-expression, private point of view. The most successful images seem to be those on several planes at once and reflect the fantasy and understanding of many.
Storytelling is one of the most powerful means to influence, teach, and inspire. What makes storytelling effective? Storytelling forges connections among people and between people and ideas. Stories convey the culture, history, and values that unite people.
Great storytelling is about taking a human condition like birth, growth, emotionality, aspiration, conflict and conveying it in a unique situation. Self-knowledge and awareness are at the root of all great storytelling. You are part of the human condition, and people will relate to that.
By crafting a story that you are passionate about telling because it serves a real purpose, your stories will have a bigger impact on the world. Great stories have characters, and believe it or not. People want to root for you, the main character.
When a character is battling against all odds, facing adversity, or their back is against the wall, well then, you have yourself the makings of a great story. In our modern society, for example, everyone loves a good “rags to riches” story. How many times has Forbes published an article about the fearless entrepreneurs that dropped everything, almost failed dozens of times along the way, yet still managed to create a multi-million dollar business?
Great stories appeal to our deepest emotions. Psychologists generally agree that there are six basic emotions: anger, disgust, fear, happiness, sadness, and surprise. The more we understand how our own emotional levers are pulled, the more you’ll appreciate how that works in other people, and the more you’ll be able to hone those emotions in your stories. Consciously being to recognize these various emotions in yourself —and think about the “why.” Why are you feeling a certain way? How might you be able to take the “why” behind your emotions and tell a story?
Continuously question yourself to understand your own emotional reactions to stories so that you can learn to tell more authentic stories that reach and move people where it counts. What makes modern stories compelling are when our perceptions of reality are challenged or changed in some way.
Great stories are surprising and unexpected. Great stories are simple and focused. Great stories affect you on an emotional level. As a creator, I naturally want to include as much information as possible in my stories. I want to pack the story full of characters and plot twists, and dialogue.
— Jon Westenberg