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Warehouse Fashion Shooters: Lucky Number Thirteen
May 9 2014
Warehouse commissioned Super Model turned photographer Helena Christensen to shoot the first 12 images of their SS14 collection. They then asked the general public to enter a competition to win the chance to shoot the last image of the campaign, whilst being mentored by Helena herself. All you had to do was simply say where you would personally choose to shoot that 13th image and why. It was too much of an amazing opportunity to pass up!Helena Christensen
Bridal Shoot: Floral Mecca
November 18 2013
This summer I had the opportunity to work with four amazingly talented women, who all helped and supported me in creating a fabulous floral vision of mine.
Chrissie & Jonathan’s Wedding: More Than Just A Wedding For Me
October 11 2012
I have known Chrissie since I was seven, we went to junior school together and then secondary school where we were in the same form class. So we pretty much saw each other every day for nine years, minus weekends and holidays but even then we used to hangout. We then became pen-pals during our college and university years. Telling each other about ... well everything ... and somethings just shouldn't be repeated. I then went to work abroad for four years but even during that time when we didn't see each other for months maybe years at a time, when I finally came home it felt like we had only seen each other yesterday. A sign of any true friendship.
Fashionista Bride: Busking On Brick Lane
August 8 2012
In April I ran a competition with Kat of Rock n' Roll Bride for five of her lucky readers to win a trash the dress shoot with myself. Today I'm very excited to share with you the first collection of images from one of the winners. Ruth is a musician from New Zealand who lives with her husband Kane in London and plays in their band Death In Texas. When Ruth entered the competition she said she would love to save her wedding dress from the far reaches of Narina a.k.a the back of her closet and swop the great teetering heels she wore on her wedding day for her chucks and be photographed browsing through a record store and busking on Brick Lane.