Saturday, 11 December 2010
Sunday, 30 May 2010
The following images (as in the next couple to many posts) are from a photo shoot i did for a friends zine type thing/project, the Vapid Kitten (by the intriguingly talented Betsy Lamborn). It was about reclaiming fashion in the literal sense, reusing clothes, vintage, remade from old fabrics, you get the general gist i'm sure. Was to be a suggestive piece rather than a wear this from here. I collaborated with the model Charlotte Davies (she doesn't blog for shame, or do much arty stuff, but she's good i'm telling you). She supplied a wealth of clothes and together we styled the looks, settings, and came up with the shot ideas. I pressed click and she tried successfully for the most part to avoid pouting or looking uncomfortable. There are many looks to come, including an eighties prom dress, underwear as outerwear, vintage lace, something for the night, summery dresses for the day, and an amazing crocodile skin bag. (iknowiknowiknow, but it's vintage and rather pretty). So anyway, here's the first... a beautiful face shot taking advantage of the rare and beautiful natural light of Nottingham.
Sunday, 16 May 2010
Friday, 30 April 2010
Thursday, 29 April 2010
I was meant to be taking photographs to use as reference material for an illustration project on the Brothers Grimm. After the gin it just descended into some form of photos and styling thing, with some oddly styled manga make up, originally intended to be snow queen esq. Styling and modelling by Liz Bernstein (The Bernstein Look on Blogger), and Jemma Herbert.
More to come...
More to come...
It just took me/has been taking me a ridiculous amount of time to upload images to my blog, so, from now on when i've lots to show all at once i'm going to be using imageshack. Way more useful, as i can just set it to upload and leave it be! Plus, blogger keeps having errors everytime i try add an image, what gives?!?
Last week, on Thursday the 22nd, i took part in an event put together in part by Michaela Hall, called NottSoDependent at Escucha here in Nottingham. Now initially i would've called it just a fashion show. However it was a much bigger event, not only showcasing Nottinghams independent fashion offerings, but with much going on in the way of stalls, music, raffles, an afterparty, dancers, and even some live screen printing from Bantum. It was a pretty big production, and for a first timer, pretty bloody good. So here are the catwalk images i shot for now, with clothes from We Make T-shirts, Bantum, Pink and Lily, and more. I'll update the credits when i've got all of them!