After working with Jodie Rosanna (stylist) on the Jeramiah Ferrari band photography shoot, I was chuffed that she approached me to take some images for her new look book and advertising shots for her clothing line ‘Pretty in Punk‘. I was even more chuffed when she told me that she had sourced the models and that I would be shooting with the gorgeous Natalie Phillips. Jodie’s friend, Peter was also lending a hand by being the male model for the shoot (his first). I’m usually fairly heavily involved in organising fashion photography shoots so it was a new experience for me to have all that taken care of and Jodie did a great job.
We shot the images in the basement of ‘The Avenue‘ in Leigh. The basement was huge and provided some great backdrops for the shots which really complimented Pretty in Punk’s brand and Jodie’s brand themes. We had a lot of images to get through on the day but the team did great. I used a fairly portable lighting setup so that we could move about the location pretty freely and quickly to make use of the time available.
Here are some of the finished shots from the session:
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