Category Archives: Personal Work
From my 2013 fashion archive: press shots for my favourite designers Aminaka Wilmont. Their AW13 collection is soft and hard, mixing shearling and graphic prints with elegance and rock chick – just love, love, love! You can also dip into the atmosphere behind the scenes at their show during London Fashion Week.
Today I would love to share another aspect of my photography work that I absolutely love which is boudoir and beautiful couture style portraits. My sessions are completely tailored to you the client, and are designed to make you feel great and look amazing, an experience every woman should experience at least once in their […]
These are a few of my favourite images from a recent boudoir shoot in Central London. The aim of the session was to create a behind the scenes film to give you an idea of the atmosphere and the experience of having beautiful, feminine and sensual photo session. I absolutely adore shooting boudoir. Pop over […]
What can I say, I LOVE shooting boudoir! I’m not so overly enthusiastic about the word ‘boudoir’ as a description for this genre of photography, but at the same time I’m seeing such new and fresh takes, as well as really interesting points of view by a new contingent of female photographers, who are set […]
A little taster of the images I shot for Cristina Sabaiduc’s AW12 collection. I love the way the design shapes of Cristina’s garments and her fantastic use of texture and print. More images from the AW12 Look Book here.
After much procrastination I have finally begun my personal project: 50 portraits in 50 days. I have always admired other photographers who set themselves a 365 project with the aim to shoot a photograph and post it every day for a year. A whole year. This is where I become undone just at the very […]
“It’s a dog eat dog world, a dog eat dog world, a dog eat dog eat dog eat dog world. Live like a dog die like a dog, as the old saying goes, The plant you water is the plant that grows, everybody knows, Give blows, get blows Down’s how the water flows Live like […]
In June I had the pleasure of attending a 1950’s themed shoot swap in Malvern hosted by Theresa Furey, and attended by some very lovely and talented photographers. The actual day turned out to be a bit wet and grey but nobody cared, including the fabulous models from Sugabillys Pin Ups who were made up […]
Recently I spent a brilliant Sunday afternoon exploring Shoreditch and Brick Lane in London’s East End with Anneli from Anneli Marinovich Photography. The colourful and gritty urban part of town provided awesome backdrops for portraits and an opportunity to document London’s spectacular urban art. The street art ranged from aerosol graffiti, stencil graffiti to stickers and poster […]