Friday, 9 November 2012

A Day With Stephanie And The Skeleton Project Week 46

A Day With Stephanie

Last Sunday I met up with the beautiful Stephanie for a wonderful photography and pizza related day! We started out by stocking up on wraps and doughnuts and Stephanie got us a giant hot chocolate to keep us going in the cold. We then went to the little cobble stone back streets around Kensington and started shooting! 

This was also the first shoot that I got us use my new lens on, the other week I got myself (AT LAST) an 85mm 1.8, it is so nice to use, I wish I had made the effort to get it sooner!

Here are a couple of previews from the shoot:

After a while it got a bit too cold and dark to continue shooting so we made our way to Somerset House to see the fantastic Tim Walker exhibition. And it was just that - fantastic! 

Seeing his images in person was great and seeing some of his magical props dotted around the exhibit was inspiring to say the least. As well as this there was a little behind the scenes video being looped in a little booth from his shoot with the Monty Python lot, it looked like such a fun shoot! If you manage to get to London to see the exhibition before it closes I recommend watching that! 

We weren't allowed to take photos but here are some we took anyway. :P 

I thought my skeleton was cool haha. I need an upgrade! :D

After all that we recovered from the cold with pizza and a wander around Convent Garden, a wonderful end to an amazing day! :D

Be sure to follow Stephanie on twitter and check out her facebook page and tumblr

The Skeleton Project

Week 46! It's a doll head!

Don't forget you can follow the project here.


  1. my oh my, i just LOVE your work so so so much.

    1. Thank you again Lily! You always say such nice things! :D

  2. Hello dear,
    Maybe you would like to follow each others blogs with blogger and bloglovin?

    Have a nice day,

  3. Eep! The doll head just gave me the creeps! I love how you can instigate so many different emotions through your skeletons - it's an inanimate object but somehow it seems to speak to me. I'm not sure if I'm actually making sense but the way to pose the skeletons, how you play with light, etc.. You gave them life. And they often speak to me. x

    1. I am so happy to hear that Ana! I really had no idea the photos of the skeleton would have any kind of meaning to anyone else. :)