Angel came to me with this cool outfit by Rubberlesque, so we decided to shoot it at St. Edwards State Park, one of my favorite spots. This outfit is handmade out of recycled bicycle inner tubes!
Tomorrow, I revisit the abandoned stables with some lovelies to shoot a tea party. Stay tuned!
Sometimes the stars align and you meet the right people. I was completely delighted when Celeste of Poppyseed Roll Clothing reached out on instagram to discuss working together. She hand makes all her designs, and I was pretty blown away. I recruited Lyz to model, Celeste invited Michelle, a wonderful makeup artist, and we got together to create these Anastasia inspired Russian Fairytale Princess images. We had originally planned to shoot in a park, but Lyz suggested the Suzallo Library, and I’m glad she did.
I would have been happy enough with the results, but when a team has so much fun working together, all the better! And my cat tried to get into EVERYTHING during prep. Of course.
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This model, Alysa, showed up to our shoot armed with goodies from Vecona, including this amazing striped dress, complete with bustle.
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I love a good dress up session! Io looking amazing in burlesque style! I love the element of transformation during shoots…it’s really interesting to see how moods and attitudes can shift with something as simple as a wardrobe change.
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Throwback Thursday to the last time I shot in Seattle! Here’s Josie at Gasworks Park…loved working with her and that crazy wig!
This was shot on the roof of a Manhattan townhouse…climbed the worlds most unstable ladder and crawled through a hole to get up there, and I do like shooting there! My original muse, Annie, has such a timeless face…
….and continuing with the music theme from yesterday. Sometimes instruments can make pretty cool props!