EUROPEAN MODELING TOUR – April 2015!
Shelly d’Inferno & Maja Stina are on tour together in Europe! – Do you want to work with us?
Photographers, designers & event organisers get in touch now to book us in your country!
NETHERLANDS, BELGIUM, FRANCE, GERMANY, AUSTRIA & POLAND!
We are available for modelling and fire performances and are getting booked up fast!
For all enquiries, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We can’t wait to see what’s in store!
2014 was a great year for me, albeit busy. I wanted to share some images from the latter part of the year.
These two images are from my second shoot with Bocote Photoart. It was a big day with multiple models; Ulorin Vex, Kitty Quinzell and Joceline. Here are some of my favourite shots of the day:
This is one of my favourite images recently, and definitely my favourite nude photo of myself! Feeling a little proud, I must say.
We can’t forget the outtakes! I didn’t know Ulorin was behind me for this shot!
I also shot with Porlus last year and wanted to share these images from the more recent shoot. We shot in a huge old mansion (left) and I loved the way the catsuit juxtaposed its surroundings. Then there’s always a great long legs shot in my new, favourite shoes!
Over Christmas, I took a bit of time to myself to recoup after having a bit of a bad experience on a night out. Nonetheless, I am doing much better now and am looking forward to starting university next week, along with a weekend in Dublin on the 16th and shooting for a TV programme the following week in London.
I’ve got a lot of prep to do for my Europe trip in April, but I’m very excited for what 2015 may hold.
Latex seen in these images is available for purchase here.
I’ve not updated my blog in a while but recently I finally finished retouching the images I shot for Tatjana Warnecke. This was the first full on creative shoot I’ve done since I got my camera back in 2012, so I was pretty excited to shoot and work on these images. Having studio access really helped me get the best quality possible, as well as having the lighting exactly as I wanted it.
I look forward to my next creative project, though I have yet to find a designer. We shall see, but it’s got to be big! Maybe some set design is in order?
Here are the resulting images! I hope you enjoy them.