Here’s a few shots of the bundle of Irish awesome, TaraTree…one super quick stroll along the beach followed by some shots around the pool!
I had all sorts of ideas for Keira before arriving, but the rain prevented us from doing what I really wanted to do. So we improvised with these images. Quite happy with improvising!
Queensland, Australia ~ Where we’ve held the past 2 Zoe Fests is seriously flooded. It’s massive flooding. People need help. http://www.qld.gov.au/floods/donate.html Click here to donate a few dollars to help Aussies who have lost everything. Please. They are so friendly and nice there. Plus, look at all these beautiful photos on this website that Mission Beach gave all of us. Please help the Aussies!!!
Flora and Fauna In Australia A few of…
Flora and Fauna In Australia. (A few of my holiday snaps)
That’s all we could say for the longest time after this shoot. Bananas! Bananas! Bananas!
It wouldn’t stop raining. Little did I know that Tully Gorge was the rainiest area in all of Australia. We made do with the umbrella though, so that’s alright. 😉
On the way into the rainforest we stopped for shoppits and dockets at the local gas station. I still don’t understand that.
Mission Beach with Madame Bink
I’m still buzzing from my first ever Zoefest, it was a great time with a mix of amazing people. Things have been pretty hectic since getting back to the UK, but with winter moving in we’ve had severe snow storms here and the country is coming to a standstill which means lots of editing time for me. (although still a long way to go, so many great shoots to edit)
Here are a selection of my shoots with Madame Bink:
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Carlotta wanted me to shoot her face down in the pool, like a dead girl. She thought it would be \ii/, so I agreed. We got some pretty things too. 🙂 I loved this shoot and love working with Carly!
Some work with Rei
I love working with Rei. I wish I could do it more often. I wish they all could be California models.
The Walk in Mission Beach Australia from Zoe Wiseman on Vimeo.
In the land down under, it takes a lot to disturb others. They generally pass by with a curious look and go on their way without much fanfare. I asked parents with children if they cared before we did this and the response was, “Well, I reckon that’d be alright.” And the look was astoundingly that of “Why ask? Just do it.” So I was able to do something that would have gotten us all arrested in the United States and had a blast doing it. One lady even stopped to applaud us. Oh, just to be back there.