Model is the fabulous Roo Morgue, you have to go check this little beauty out, can’t wait to shoot with her again soon ^.^
Rose-adactyl - 2014
You’re probably gonna want the story behind this, right?
My Rosie (the rottie) has a vendetta against birds and chases them until they take off and are out of her reach. Then she sits there glumly looking at them flying around. Now the other evening while my other half, cameron, and me were sat out in the back yard she was intently staring at the birds in the sky. Cameron turned to me and said that Rosie was probably plotting about growing wings and taking over the skies, catching all the birds. I start laughing and mention that she’d be a terror, a monster, like some kind of Rose-adactyl, to which he burst out laughing and said that he wanted to see this Rose-adactyl. So Photoshop, a Google search for Pterodactyl wings and a hunt for a picture where her body was the right angle for the wings and behold, a Rose-adactyl! The other dog is my Ruby, this was the only picture where Rosie’s body was at the right angle for it.
So yeah, there you go…
The Amazing World Of Roo - 2014
It’s been a long day and I’m still trying to catch up on a sleepless week so maybe I’ll share some more of my sweet friend Roo with you tomorrow.
In The Basement With Peggy Sue - 2014
So later today I’m gonna be sharing some of the shots from my shoot with beautiful Peggy Sue Vegas. So if you fancy seeing more you might wanna hit follow so you don’t miss them being uploaded later!
Striped Back: Show Your Colours - 2014
This shoot was a collaboration with stylist Francesca Barry which was originally titled “Stripped Back” and focused on being very raw images, all the poses were spontaneous movements and there was no make up, no airbrushing, no jewellery and very basic clothing. The original set were put into black and white but I felt that in black and white the photographs felt very sad and the monotone had a strong impact on the emotion of the photograph. Instead I wanted the photographs to feel powerful to reflect the model (also Francesca) and the strength of the poses. It was such a fun shoot and I wanted them to show that. Frankie was so energetic and showed that you don’t need all the fancy trimmings and airbrushing to create a set of beautiful photographs. I didn’t want them to be sad, I wanted them to be powerful.