After a little schedule juggling, I’m thrilled to announce we have one more space available at this beautiful location in North London:
The available shoot date is:
next Monday, 21st of March, start time of 2:45PM
£600 for normal (private) shoot
£300 with a full model release
The Session Fee for this shoot is £600 for a normal (private) session, or £300 if you’re happy to sign a full model release allowing me to show your images off on my website, blog, and social media. The session will include a Skype pre-shoot consultation with me, wardrobe advising and styling guide, my select team of professional makeup artists and hairstylists, 1 1/2 hours of time in front of the camera (enough time for several different looks), and all the usual posing help and positive encouragement:)
Following your shoot, all the best images will receive magazine quality retouching. After the shoot, you’re welcome to select from our range of beautiful products, or purchase your favourite images as high resolution digital files. Please enquire for further pricing details. This session is open to regular clients as well as aspiring or working models/actresses, but please note this session is first come, first serve. Your space on the day cannot be held until payment is in place.
Custom packages are also available.
To book in, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the contact form above.
This venue is truly fantastic and is often used by big fashion magazines, lingerie brands, etc. I loved shooting here before (check out our shoot video and Jada’s session) and I’m sure it will be even better this time. It’s gigantic too, so there’s something for everyone. Here are a few more pictures…
“When I was around 18, I looked in the mirror and said, ‘You’re either going to love yourself or hate yourself.’ And I decided to love myself. That changed a lot of things.” -Queen Latifah
Ladies, let’s keep trying to choose love. That said, Valentine’s Day can feel like a real smack in the face, so if you find yourself feeling sad, I suggest you just buy yourself the flowers and eat chocolate until it’s over.
You guys….we’re nearly there! Just a few more days and then CHRISTMAS.
In the spirit of the season, here’s a few of my favourites from very festive boudoir photography session with Kat and her adorable pup.
I mean….come on. How can you not love these two?
No boys allowed at the studio, but we’ll make an exception for boy puppies.
These little clip-in reindeer antlers are genius. I’m wearing them right now actually.
An attempt at a Christmas light/bokeh background. I used a technique meant for photographing bottles of perfume, and I didn’t realise how much additional background space I’d need to photograph a human, so we ended up with just a few feet of space to use.
Still, it did *technically* work.
A few simple backlit frames.
Kat always has the most incredible wardrobe.
If you’re not feeling the see-through bra, pasties are a great way to get a bit more coverage. There are lots of lovely options now, so if you’ve been put off by the tassle and the distinctly burlesque feel it’s worth a second look;)
I think this is my favourite image of the day. Maybe. Ralf is pretty cute…
Kat is incredibly fit at the moment because A) she’s amazing, and B) she’s doing lots of arial work and other circusy things. You can see a hint of her abs in this frame, even though we’ve flooded her with soft light.
My favourite chunky knit jumper makes another appearance.
It’s so cozy. If you like this look, you can borrow it for your shoot too.
My favourite little pup Ralf and his mummy.
*swoon* Ralf likes eating socks off your feet. He’s not a fan of stairs, and he has exactly two speeds: mental or sleeping.
Nothing but bow;)
I’m so glad we did these – implied nudes get a bit of a bad reputation, but they can be really lovely if done well.
Kat did her own makeup for this shoot, and it’s a great example of an eye that works really well for boudoir shoots of all styles – it’s a bit smoky, but nothing too fake or heavy that will distract from a lovely face.
A bit more sultry for these.
We thought about lighting an actual fire, but it seemed too risky with a hyperactive pup in tow.
Finally, a fun idea I’ve been playing around with. Photoshop snow people, it’s amazing.
Kat, what can I say? It was so lovely to work with you again:)
Happy Holidays everyone. Thank you for a wonderful year, and I’ll see you on the other side!