Campaign: Honeylane Studio
A re-brand campaign shoot for creative agency Honeylane Studio. The photos were used on their website and in company advertisements.
Model: Carrie Todhunter
Makeup/Hair: Anna Milczarczyk
Creative direction: Cassandra Thomas
Styling: Elliot Ward Fear/4.5 Billion Collab
Model: Savannah Watson
MUA: Jenny Roberts
An editorial shoot using Elliot Ward Fear clothing and 4.5 Billion accessories, as well as some vintage pieces.
Campaign: We Are Submarine SS14
A shoot for We Are Submarine's SS14 collection Organised Chaos and Sub Swim.
Model: Lili Montefiore
MUA/Hair: Jenny Roberts
Videographer: Sam MacDonald
Stylist: Spenser Blake
Emily and Monica Hall are the mesh and lace cerebrals behind the Gold Coast label We Are Submarine. Their vibrant SS14 range Organised Chaos and complimenting swimwear line Sub Swim have just launched, much to the excitement of many an Instagram follower.
The girls are young, dedicated and a special kind of creative, with their new flair hitting the scene in all the right places: Two-piece, neon lace summer suits fitting of a high-end catwalk and knitted high-waisted bikinis reminiscent of our early 90’s beach days are stirring the sleepy Aussie fashion industry probably more than their innocent little heads even know.
The public (internet) has so far only responded with aggressive positivity and the future looks fluorescent bright for these talented designers.
If you’re feeling nostalgic, adventurous, curious and/or bored with the current state of fashion affairs head to www.wearesubmarine.bigcartel.com
for some pick-me-ups.
Test Shoots: The Wolves Agency
Test shoots for newbies to The Wolves Agency
I recently spent three weeks in Nepal. Turns out, Nepal is not somewhere you spend three weeks. New York is somewhere you spend three weeks. Nepal is somewhere you go after you’ve quit your job or somehow been approved for months of annual leave and spend a solid time travelling across its widely different landscapes and delving into the many of millions of inspiring stories.
I found the culture deep and complex and so variable that I need to go back to explore it further. However, from the time that I was there, I learnt through spending time with locals their strong community, family and religious values. They're a proud generous bunch, too, and I saw Nepali people of the same low socioeconomic situation give food or money to young kids and beggars more than a handful of times.
Kathmandu was a shamble of rubble and half-built something's in-between bustling markets and tiny, but full, traditional curry "restaurants." Bulls frequently stop traffic during the many religious days and mandala artists spend years on the same mandala painting in the same stool on the street.
It was hot and humid and noisy and sometimes the scam artists and market stallholders chasing you down the street were too much, but, basically, I can't wait to be back.