This is another image from my 'Creative Week' photography marathon with the gorgeous and talented Miki Sarroca. This particular portrait was to help her build her make up portfolio, while demonstrating a more dramatic editorial style of make up.
As always, comments and feedback are greatly appreciated!
Model & MUAH: [link] Photography: [link] Wardrobe: Rupees Sarees [link] Assistant: Chris Chetwood
Another shot from my shoot for Rupees Sarees. This was one of my favorite shoots to date. The client and stylist were professional and fun, and that really set the tone for an amazing shoot at a gorgeous location.
Models: Ashley Phernandez, , & MUAH: Stephanie of Eat Your Makeup Wardrobe: Karen von Oppen Assistant: Chris Chetwood Photography:
My long awaited Steampunk fashion shoot is here at least, shot on set in front of (and on top of, and next to, and inside of) historical steam locomotives. I had the pleasure of working with the incredibly beautiful (and sweet) *MeganCoffey, the first model I've ever contacted on DA to collaborate with. Thanks to, Karen von Oppen's beautiful Steampunk designs, this shoot really came alive.
As for some cool news, you'll forever be able to see a piece of this shoot in Google Maps, because Google was on set photographing the railroad for a Google Maps 360 Tour of the place, and asked if they could photograph one of my models (~WingedInfinity) to be used in the tour! That's one way to get published!
As always, comments and feedback are always greatly appreciated. This is my first full-scale production with a fashion designer's wardrobe, multiple models, a make up and hair stylist, an assistant, and a licensed set.
I took a lot of photos of this look, and I really loved how it turned out. At first we were going to use a blonde wig that she had, and I remembered I brought one of my old cosplay wigs with me, so we swapped it for that. I think the red compliments the look a lot more, and the pictures came out great! It was really tons of fun.