CHANNELING TWIGGY for Salyse Magazine March 2018

This was definitely a big surprise for my team and I. For me not only is this the second time being published, but its the first time having work on a cover! The story behind the is shoot was mainly between the model featured, Jennifer Linke and I.  We first met back in 2014 at the Lizzy London fashion show in Virginia Beach, Virginia,  At that time we were both pretty much starting out. Her with modeling and me with slowly becoming a fashion photographer from doing events and starting to learn the in’s and out’s. After our first shoot we had a conversation from me asking what would be her most inspirational shoot to possibly be in. She named the 60’s Fashion Icon Twiggy! As the years past both of us progressed in our own crafts. Fast forward 2017 and she gave me heads up that she would be visiting the area pretty soon. I figured this would be a great time to put together the Twiggy inspiration shoot.  I first reached out to the Fashion Stylist Brandon Lee a.k.a. Mr. Blee with the concept. I didn’t even have a chance to show him picture inspo before he said “I’ll do it!” A little after he confirmed the clothing was ready I then reached out to the Professional Makeup Artist Victoria Dixon for her expertise. With her excitement of doing a retro look she was intrigued to be apart of the concept. Next up was the Hair Artist and Hair Stylist Hadney Alexander. With her hair mastery I knew she would definitely do and excellent job.  With the assistance of my good friend  and Fashion photographer Lo Garcia we were all able to put together a great shoot!  It goes to show that an editorial being a lot of work can definitely pay off. Feel free to enjoy the work and Let’s see what the rest of 2018 brings. 

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