New Work

This shoot took influence from ¬†early 90’s supermodels/grunge which is back! I find it strange that era’s are back that I have lived through and remember! A sign that I am getting old!! Saying that I might be old but I’ve still got it ha ha!!

Photography Efi Zachou Styling Georgia Frost Make up Victoria Bond Hair Marc Ramos Model Pau @ Select

Behind the Scenes

Before any real action starts we have a team meeting to discuss exactly what we are going to do, put all our idea’s in and hopefully come out with some kind of wonderful.

Efi wants to shoot in black and white with a mix of outdoor location and studio shots which really adds extra dimension to a shoot it makes it more interesting and suggests narrative. The vibe Georgia the stylist has gone for is nineties grunge which in case you didn’t know is back we are in the midst of a nineties revival. Before you rush into the loft and dig out the shell suit and high tops think again this grunge is cool and more about supermodels than supermarkets!

Marc and I ‘the glam squad’ want to keep it¬†gorgeous but dirty not too polished very sexy. Marc decided to do big hair which I love and I go for a strong brow and a smokey eye very Guess campaign.

I think the sexy hair and make up works really well with the clothes.

Test Shoot

I haven’t hung up my make up brushes just yet and as I have mentioned I can’t resist the lure of a good shoot. So tomorrow I am shooting with fab photographer Efi Zachou the shoot will take place in London again we are hoping for good weather but it doesn’t look likely so we may have to go into a studio.

The lovely Marc Ramos is doing hair again he is such good fun to work with and is an amazing hair stylist, Marc regularly assists Sam McKnight for shows such as Chanel and Vivienne Westwood. New to the team is stylist Georgia Frost I am looking forward to working with her.

The model Pau looks gorgeous and I am really looking forward to painting her face! The look we are going for is super sexy I will go through this in detail tomorrow.

It’s a lot less stressful for me this week as its not at my house so I can just turn up and get on with what I’m good at Make up! This shoot will probably be submitted and hopefully get published my aim is to get as much work done before I have the baby to keep my portfolio fresh as I will be having sometime off. It’s so important to keep your work up to date as fashion is so fast moving and as an artist I like to keep it that way plus I enjoy my work…!!