Kelly-Anne

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Black and White, Close-Up, Ocean, People, Portrait

Monday afternoon Kelly-Anne braved the foggy Vancouver Island weather to create these fantastic images with me.

It all started about two months ago when I mentioned I was to do a boudoir type shoot with my friend; which, unfortunately never took place because I live two provinces away.  Kelly-Anne expressed interest in participating in that sort of shoot,  so we began to put a plan together.

We both agreed that we wanted to create images that were seductive without being “trashy”. To give the viewer the illusion of being scantily clad, we positioned the props and clothing to suggest partial nudity.  Because it was nearly 6pm by the time we shot the guitar image, she was wrapped up in a fuzzy blanket in an attempt to stay warm.

I had a great time shooting these and it gave me an opportunity to practice directing someone else other than a family member.

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Entranced by rural and urban decay. I am drawn to these forlorn sites because they emote conflicting sentiments of beauty and disintegration.

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