We shot this photoset on a misty winter evening last year, trying to capture that dark, almost holy sense of wonder (quiet as a nun/Breathless with adoration) that these northern winters inspire.
Today I’m sharing a step by step process for shooting your own self portraits, including my best tip for crystal clear focus.
When you grow up in the tropics, snow is the most impossibly magical thing. As a child I used to pretend that the clattering chunks of early summer hail were soft, whispering snowflakes instead.
Owen and I have been wanting to do a proper Christmas card photo ever since we’ve been together (7 years this month!)
As November draws to a close, I must reluctantly bid goodbye to autumn. All the leaves have been blown off the trees now but I was just in time to capture them in their final, most striking blaze of glory before the end.
I’ve had a bit of an ongoing love affair with tiered dresses since last summer, so the Daze dress was an instant favourite the moment I lay my eyes on it.
I wore this stunning dress gifted to me by Ace & Jig – a label I’ve admired since forever. They’ve recently added a couple of new sizes to some of their most well loved designs.
When Darn Good Yarn contacted me about styling one of their skirts, I was so excited! It’s the intersection of everything that’s closest to my heart in terms of fashion.
The forest is transformed in autumn. We went down to Hedley Woods the other day to get some autumn colour and found a brooding, fairytale landscape.
How is January almost at an end?! It’s still chilly here so I had the perfect opportunity to wear my new mustard yellow beret.
Last year, I styled a few colourful looks for Tabbisocks’ Live Your Color blog and talked about things close to my heart.
Moon and star motifs have been everywhere this winter and what better time to add a bit of celestial sparkle to your wardrobe than the Holiday party season?