A little warm-up shot with Lorelei before we shot her entry in my Neutral Nudes sequence. See the rest of this more colourful shoot, after the jump:
I've added a new gallery page for the latest participant in my Neutral Nudes sequence, the distinctive two-tone haired Lorelei.
I have made a new gallery page to finally get online Self Summary, which was one of my final year projects at university, and the biggest project I've ever done, featuring 30 different people.
Each person in it was asked to pick a word to summarise themselves, with the conceit being that they exchanged their everyday clothing and accoutrements for a physical version of that word that they would then pose with for their portrait. Of course one word can never entirely summarise a person, but the in trying to do so the types of words, and what they mean to people, were most revealing.
I've resisted putting this series online before as it was originally presented as a book, and I had half an idea to see if I could get it published. But having not gotten round to doing that yet, several years later, I feel I would rather just get on and share with the world some of my best work!
I have added a gallery page for Renata's entry in my Neutral Nudes sequence.
I've added a new gallery page for the latest subject in my Neutral Nudes sequence, Jess.
I’ve added a life drawing section to the site. It’s a blog format, so I’ll keep posting new stuff to the top, but the existing posts go way back to my first ever life drawings!
Simon is the first male subject in my Neutral Nudes sequence. Hopefully the first of many in this so far rather gender imbalanced series! I'd like to see a greater variety of builds, races, etc too - So if you're near Lincoln and would be up for being part of this, get in touch!
My favourite of the Simon sequence is this side shot; what an amazing curved form!
I've decided I really like the aesthetic of my Isobel portraits (no longer online due to model request), and want to do more in the same style, so have started with a new series featuring Erin. Click link/image to see the full series.
I was going for a particular look with this series, taking what I liked best from my shots of Isobel. So I only wanted quite basic poses and Erin making eye contact. But we did shoot a few more unusual poses, and ones that didn't quite fit, so here are those (continues after the jump):