Posts tagged photoshoot
VISITING AMY EXTON'S COLOURFUL AND ECLECTIC LOCATION HOUSE IN MARGATE

Last weekend Jason, Marley and I headed over to Margate. My friend Amy Exton is a brilliant set designer that I met whilst she lived in London, then she relocated to Margate about a year ago and bought a run down property that she decided to turn into a location house. She invited us down to stay for a night and check out the local area at the same time. Here's what we got up to!

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5 IMPORTANT THINGS I'VE LEARNT ABOUT WORKING ON PHOTOSHOOTS

When you first start out in the creative world of photoshoots, there are a few 'rules' or guidelines that you have to pick up fast. Did I mention that no-one ever tells you this or gives you a heads up?! It's the unspoken rules of sets. I know that I've broken a few of these rules in the past! Here to help you make sure you don't make the same mistakes that I did, here are 5 really important things I've learnt from working on set that are perfect if you're just starting out.

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STYLING FOR LEE LONGLANDS INSTAGRAM FEED

I love creating imagery. Everything from the pieces used to the lighting the the photo itself. Yea I'm an interior stylist but I'm really delving more and more into the world of photography and overall creative direction too, so I love when I get asked by brands to use their own products and create whatever I fancy. Who wouldn't?! I recently worked with furniture and homewares company Lee Longlands to style and shoot some images for their instagram feed, something which is becoming more and more popular as social media rises up and influences our shopping habits! Here's a little look at the pics I created. 

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BEHIND THE SCENES ON MY LATEST STILL LIFE STYLING PROJECT: THE OBJECTS OF MY PROFESSION

The objects we come into contact with depending on our profession varies massively from person to person. I think there's something quite cool in the fact that you can be shown an image of the objects people use day to day for work and it correctly inform you as to what they do for a living. I took to facebook to ask people of differing jobs what seemingly mundane objects they came into contact with each day and put together a photo story based in their info with the very talented photographer Dan Annett (check out his American autos projects, so cool).

Here's a bit behind the scenes on the day and the finished images. See if you can work out which belongs to each profession...

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