About

I am a creative director, creative consultant and a photo prop stylist specializing in small hard-goods and products.  When it comes to my creative approach, I would describe my aesthetic as somewhat playful with a refined finish, mixing experimental with elevated. I like to set scenes that are a bit unexpected, edited with a trendy meets classic eye. My affinity for abstract impressionist art comes through in my bold color and texture choices, as well as in my 'tidily cluttered' layering.

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Cozbi Jean

I currently have 14 years of multi-disciplinary creative experience. I studied photography and visual communications, and in 2007 after planning my own wedding I was inspired to start my own wedding photography business. My wedding photography has been published in BRIDESand Style Me Pretty, along with many other notable online and print wedding publications including the book  Just Married - How to Celebrate Your Wedding in Style, According to Fiona Leahy. 

 

In 2014 I transitioned into event and wedding floral design, which quickly led to full event and wedding planning, coordination, design and styling. I created a second business, CJP&CO, and while I was involved primarily in wedding collaborations, I also was a floral design contributor for Coco Kelly, a Seattle-based interior styling studio. My wedding florals, design and wedding photoshoot editorial prop styling was featured in Martha Stewart Weddings multiple times, along with various local and international wedding blogs and magazines. I ran CJP&CO until poached by Sinclair & Moore, an international, luxury wedding design company where I was artistic director and lead floral designer. 

Since the fall of 2019 I’ve focused on expanding my collaborations as a photo prop stylist, creative director and creative consultant, and this is how I am mainly creating professionally, although I have additionally co-founded a vintage objects and homewares shop, Obsedee.

When it comes to my creative approach, I would describe my aesthetic as somewhat playful with a refined finish, mixing experimental with elevated. I like to set scenes that are a bit unexpected, edited with a trendy meets classic eye. My affinity for abstract impressionist art comes through in my bold color and texture choices, as well as in my 'tidily cluttered' layering.

Seattle is my home, although I split my work and heart between Washington and NewYork. I spend my time enjoying art, volunteering, tending to our garden, traveling, thrifting and reading beachside here in West Seattle with my husband of 13 years, Nicholas, and our little Boston Terrier, Pablo.

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

BELLA FIGURA CUSTOM STATIONERY, FAY FARMS,

CAPERS HOME, TRES BONNE VINTAGE