Gilded Age

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Fashion, Historical Site, People, Portrait, Styled Shoot
These images are the result of a local designer’s vision arising from a visit to the Villa Marco Polo Inn, located in the historic neighbourhood of Rockland, in Victoria BC.  She (Jennifer) immediately became captivated with the residence’s enchanting atmosphere and was inspired to assemble a photo shoot modeled after the Edwardian time period.Jennifer’s beautiful designs were influenced by the villa’s compelling history. The home was designed, built and presented to a young bride by her newly betrothed as a wedding gift.  A true tale of romanticism in a gilded age.

All of this was made possible due to the creative talents of:

Designer: Jennifer Bell of Discarded Couture, Model: Natalie Adiaconitei, Make-Up Artist: Alexandra Forman, Hairstylist: Elena Roberts, Photographer:  Bouvier Photography.

I am excited and proud to announce that these images have been selected to be featured on All Canada Photos, a rights-managed stock image library.


Click on the following links to view Gilded Age – 2 and Gilded Age – 3.
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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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