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On the 15th Feb I met up with my favorite team – Holly Meadows and Laurel Woodward for a crazy day of creative juice flowing!
Here are the images from our first set and as warned, there are many more to come!
I have free dates coming up for if you’re interested in shooting or are a designer wanting new product shots then get in touch via email or instagram and lets make some magic!
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Photographer Holly Meadows
Mua Laurel Woodward
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So on the 20th August I shot with the incredible Roger Charles, along with a hugely talented creative team. Roger is a world renowned fashion and beauty photographer and happens to be a good friend of mine so I was extra excited to work with him.
We shot in his studio down in Folkestone and worked with a crazy bondage type clothing theme. The shots will all be published so I cannot release the completed edits just yet but here are a few sneak peaks and BTS shots of our fun work together.
MUA: the oh so gorgeous Holly O’Connor
Hair: the incredible winner of BBC’s Hair Phil Hunt
On the 10th March I had the pleasure of working with Dilip Harani and creating some magic in the woods, since receiving the edited images I have had a lot of compliments and I’m really pleased with how our work came out. Dilip is primarily a wedding photographer and has only recently transferred into more creative work, he was great to work with and we shared ideas equally to create a true collaboration,
We shot in Abbey Woods on a gorgeous sunny day, take a look at our creations,
On the Monday 19th January I had a great fashion shoot with the very talented and lovely Lucie Desmond and we worked together to shoot a Spring fashion campaign for a retail website by the name of www.lessthan10pounds.com Read More
I am a worrier, I worry about everything and if I don’t have anything to worry about I worry about the next time I’ll have something to worry about. why am I telling you this? Well, my little chums it has struck me that once again I am awake at an unearthly hour with dozens of ideas, worries and mild panic attacks going off in my head despite my yoga this morning, which usually helps me drift off to sleep. As I was lying in my bed propped up on a pillow and watching endless episodes of The Office US on Netflix it struck me that at times when I am most anxious or pessimistic I almost always am struck with a sudden surge of philosophical thinking which either leads me to writing lists until my alarm goes off or sends me writing in my journal for hours. However, on this occasion, I have you lovelies to write to and I would love to think that I am not the only one that spends their nights procrastinating and lulling themselves into a frenzied state! Because of this I thought it would be just splendid to share some little tips and tricks that I use to get over my worries and stresses in everyday life ❂ Read More
Today’s post is a little about my destroyed hair and how I managed to save it and bring it back to life!
First things first, now that I am a hairdresser in training with knowledge of how to best care for your lovely locks I would like to show you just how little knowledge I had before I began my training.
I have been having my hair coloured and wearing hair extensions since I was twelve years old and I probably had my hair cut once a year if that. Once I got to sixteen I just started doing whatever I fancied to my hair and experimenting with all manner of colours, there was also a time I was beaching my hair once a week every week! In lieu of this my hair was left broken, extremely damaged, sensitized and altogether very unsightly but I have now got my hair to be growing around 1/2 an inch every month and there’s very little damage at all to my to my little hair friends. So, now that I have experimented with every hair mask, oil treatment and miracle foods I would like to pass on my wisdom to help my fellow damaged friends in desperate need of quenching their locks.