Unfortunately there are still no live events available to be photographed but I’m keeping busy with some solo shoots and some socially distanced events
I worked with Katie on a solo shoot, continuing with a few personal projects. We worked with sheer fabrics, coloured gels and everything in between to create some fantastic images. Awesome working with Katie and already thinking of what we could do on our next shoot.
Another solo shoot at PGD, this time working with one of my favorite burlesque performers, Lily Lustre.
One shoot with The Photography Social, working with Taylor on a wedding themed event. Starting out on location but with the sun going down quite quickly, we ended up inside with a more familiar setup to most people attending.
I went over to The Attic to attend an event that had been rescheduled a few times, with Lady Viper as the model and Haus Of Sinister as the Makeup Artist.
Then there were five events with Creative group shoots, three of their weekly events and two specials, one which was a 13 hour session
The first of the shorter events was an urban portraits theme, which was originally planned to take place in the city centre, but the weather wasn’t great so we started around the studio area, outside but covered and finished up with a set inside the studio. The models for this were Jess and Liss.
A sugar skull themed event, using UV lights on one setup, with a more standard lighting setup on the other. Models were Katie and Sally
One event was cancelled due to the original model moving away, but a quick alteration and we were working with Alice on a lingerie themed event instead.
Another event with Lady Viper as the model but this time it was a 3 hour special and she brought along her angle grinding equipment for us to take photos of. I really enjoyed this event as it was almost like being back at a live event. We had Lady Viper undercover as it was raining during quite a lot of this event, and then a safety area taped off, but apart from that, people were free to walk around and change angles to get the photos they wanted. Then after the angle grinding, we headed upstairs inside the studio for a portrait session with all the grunge and grit of the angle grinding added.
Finally for September was the 13 hour Carnival of Performers event. It was split into three sections, so people could attend the ones they wanted to, but I thought I’d go along to it all. Lots of performers, from showgirls, to clown and circus skills and fire performers. A great day, and I came away with lots of fantastic images.