Tag: photoshoot

Live…or DIE

12th July

I’m so excited to be collaborating with two of my favourite creatives on a new project, Live Or Die, an exciting new web series.

Without giving away too much just yet, Live Or Die will be a shocking & exciting production, at the same time educational & informative.  Working with Colin Handley & Naomi Karpati, it has been so much fun shooting the first scenes & getting things kicked off with a bang!

We just had a studio session with award-winning photographer Shane Monopoli of Exclusive Photography to create our character  & promo shots.  It was great to work with Shane again, after cruising around in his collectable Buick for a real estate promo earlier in the year.

Live Or Die is sure to turn some heads so head on over to the website, Youtube channel & social media pages to find out …

Underwater Shoot in LA

18th June

The day before I left the States I had one last exciting experience – shooting underwater with another amazing LA female photographer, Eryn Brydon & Hair & MUA Suzy Balderas.

The theme was “Dark Mermaids” & with Suzy’s creative talent we created some amazing looks incorporating opaque skull lines & iridescent splashes of colour.

Stepping into the water I knew the task ahead of me would be challenging, however I had no idea just how so!  Shooting underwater is quite difficult & I have a new found respect for the models & photographers now.  Focusing on body form, air bubbles, timing,  wardrobe (some of it was quite heavy & swimming in a mermaid tail is also not easy!), light markers, etc all whilst trying to hold my breath for as long as possible was truly hard work, but I loved every minute of …

LA Woman-inspired Shoot with Jessica Robles

3rd June

I was looking forward collaborating with a few local photographers during my visit.  The months leading up to my trip I was doing my research & I stumbled across Jessica Robles & I just knew I wanted to work with her while I was in town.

Shooting with Jessica was so much fun!  I love her quirky retro vision & the theme we came up with was so fitting for my time in LA.  A mixture of the recent La La Land movie style & old-Hollywood glamour, we created a few different looks & shot around LA finding the groove of of my inner “LA Woman”.

I was blessed to have the amazingly talented Hair & MUA Britt Kaye, who created the most amazing retro-insured faux finger-waved bob & classic makeup with bold red lips – I was defiantly feeling some Norma …