Thursday, 26 November 2009

Tuesday, 24 November 2009

something from nothing

Project developed by Amy-Louise Saunders at LCF, inspired by The Holocaust and Dehumanization.

MODELS Daniel Pires and Savannah Baker
Daniel Pires


"He photographs the shape of voices and sounds and remoteness and skin and tenderness and defiance and breath and childishness and wildness and imagination and urgency and infinite patience and experience and style and sex and talent and bone and the weather and blood and the world as it strangely becomes what it strangely becomes."

- Paul Morley about Anton Corbijn -

Monday, 16 November 2009

"Glamour Portraits"

"create a modern interpretation of the mood and style of Hollywood glamour portraits of the 20's and 30's"

For this project I focused on how women were represented on the 20's and 30's and having as my main references Marlene Dietrich, Lee Miller, Greta Garbo and Theda Bara I wanted to portray a woman that on one hand it's very sensual and powerful but on the other hand it's very mysterious, fragile and sad.

I used an antique shop called Aladdins Cave, at Lewisham, as my scenario.

MODEL Kayt Webster-Brown
MAKE-UP AND HAIR Amy-Louise Saunders

"The Real Me"

I know I've been quite away from here but I'll be uploading my new projects that I've been doing at LCF's BA Fashion Photography from now on.

In this first individual project, "The Real Me", we had to represent our inner self having as a starting point Freud's theories.
Having as my main influences self-portraits from Nan Goldin and Robert Mapplethorpe, I tried to explore my most unconscious side by making this project in a very unpredicted and experimental way.

35mm color negative + scratching, burning and writing