Even without a car, it was amazing to see the variety that we could shoot right outside of our house on Mission Beach. Some of these shots of Keira, Jessamyn, and Bink were shot within spitting distance of where I stayed, making the location perfect for some quick shooting!
More than three months later waiting for the next blizzard to hit Brooklyn, I’m missing the place more than ever!
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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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.
I’ve spent the last two days frantically working on this and trying to finish it before I go back to work this morning and I managed to get it done! So here it is….
I asked all of the lovely ladies to pose for me in the blue and purple bathroom, and most of them I shot with my home made bendy lens, a tradition I started with my second shoot. Sadly I didn’t think to shoot Carly with it, so you’ll have to be satisfied with a straight lens image of her in the bath…Love how the lens gives a painted feel to some of the images….(The missing tenth shoot was when I photographed d-eye in the pool, so no bathroom bendies for him)