I recently collaborated with Xander Pratt of WTF Bass, multi-talented dancer, rapper & model on this photoshoot. Located in a derelict factory, we spent a few hours jumping out of windows, walls and what must have been a chimney, to bring you these pimpin’ photos.
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Check out the galleries:
Runway 5 – Presented By: Harper’s BAZAAR. Aurelio Costarella, Collette Dinnigan, Dion Lee, Jayson Brunsdon, Scanlan & Theodore, Toni Maticevski, Willow.
Runway 6 – Presented By: Frankie Magazine. Alice McCall, Alpha60, Dhini, Gorman, Karen Walker, Kate Sylvester, Limedrop.
Offsite Runway 2 – Presented By: Yen magazine. Above, Trimapee, Extinct, House of Baulch, Kuwaii.
When London-based Australian model Lydia Turner was in Melbourne in late November, together with brilliant make-up artist Jessica Kirkpatrick, we collaborated on two back-to-back shoots with very different themes; nautical & grunge. As you can see, both ladies are super talented and we got some epic shots. Check out the entire shoot on flickr.
The legend of Anne Bonney and Mary Read played muse to my pirate-inspired fashion photoshoot last month. Anne & Mary are the most famous female pirates in history, known to have been deadly in battle against rival male pirates, often cross-dressing as they sailed the seas under Captain Jack Rackham. I was helped by a team of two extraordinary seafaring models who braved near-freezing conditions for their art; Samii La Morte and Anoush Anou, as well as Melbourne MUA Ebony Kay who created the smoldering makeup looks for the models.
I undertook the Fashion styling (I’m a closet pirate) and we had some lovely bows custom made by Kelly at Bye Bye Baby, a talented Bonnie-lass from Queensland.
Check out the entire photoshoot on Flickr.
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Simply Madonna – an exhibition of Madonna’s most iconic fashion pieces was on display for the first time in Melbourne at Chadstone Shopping Centre. Straight from London in time for L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival; outfits on display included the Marilyn Monroe-inspired pink dress and fur stole from the Material Girl video (1984), the iconic Jean-Paul Gaultier designed conical bra from the Blonde Ambition Tour (1991) and the white ghetto outfit and cowboy hat from the Music video clip (2000).
View the full gallery on Flickr.