My beautiful, petite, blonde friend. We met on a photo shoot for a calender in France, and then again on a photography workshop in Austria. We became good friends.
Shot high in the Swiss Alps on a stunning backdrop of green Alpine nature by one of my favorite photographers Stefan Soell.
A bonus set shot by Stephan Brauchli in Switzerland. I am in love with these images, the shape of my body is complimented so well by strong layered structure of the rocks. Of course, as this is a bonus set, and was "gifted" to me by Stefan, it is not available for download. We made a fun little video in Zurich the day after this shoot before I got my flight home and I will post that next week :).
Another set shot in the breath taking Swiss Alps by Stefan Soell, at the last light of day.
Here below is a back stage image of me posing in some sun glasses below at the start of the decent into the valley we shot in, and a few of my holiday snaps of some pretty things that I saw during the trip 🙂
I found the Swiss cows with their furry ears particularly cute.... They say they make chocolate milk you know!
These fine artistic nude images incorporate the female form with the hard, cold metal of brass musical instruments. They were shot by Stephan Brauchli in a studio close to Basel in Switzerland during a very fun-filled shoot.
He has kindly let me share them with you on here, and also agreed to make this small back stage video for me to use here during the shoot. This is my first try at ever playing a brass instrument, I thought I did it rather well :).
I had a shoot last week in Rotterdam with a photorgpaher living in Belgium called Robert Cobulski.
We shot for two of his projects, the image shown across is the first piece in his new series "Wake up". We also shot the final piece of his "I'm the Queen" series which you can see on his website:
In a mild Swiss September afternoon, we found this delightfully enchanted looking dried up burn whilst hiking en route to a different shoot location. The way the light streamed through the overhead branches and the intense green shades of the moss made me think of a fairy tale book that I read as a child.
This is also one of my favorite sets to date!