Fitness | Glow Portrait

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Shot in the studio while getting ready to shoot for The Great North!

Fitness has been an ongoing process, but taking the time to be a little more active has still definitely left me feeling better than I have in a while.

Extra energy to put towards creating art?

Yes please.


How do you work to stay fit?  How do you balance time in the studio with time doing squats?  Do you also do 10 reps for every photo you edit?


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The Flowers She Holds | Portrait

Its during our darkest moments when we tend to turn away from ourselves.  However, it’s during these times when we should be turning towards ourselves and reminding our hearts and heads that we have value just as we are.

Getting into our element, doing the things we’re truly good at, is a good way to do this.

How do you embrace yourself?

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’

Alternative look in a more traditional portrait style

Close up fantasy portrait

Red Angel | Boudoir Portrait

Model: Rouge Polarité

This red-headed angel was photographed against a window, providing gorgeous backlighting.

Although great to experiment with only natural lighting, the high ISO despite the wide aperture had me missing my strobes!

Let’s never pass up the opportunity to step out of our comfort zones, whether it comes to technique, subject, light, or whatever else we can try!

Much Peace and Keep Roman

Boudoir photography of a vampire character

Fantasy boudoir portrait


Caught in Time

This is an old one, shot for a project for the Artistic Portrait Photography course taken earlier this year.

This portrait never got edited, as it wasn’t a favorite in the archives, but I decided to take another look at it!  It proved good practice for editing, though corrective editing is something I prefer to keep to a minimum.

Definitely a reminder to practice portraits with a wider aperture, as well as  to pay more attention to lighting.  Under-eye bags aren’t a friend to overhead lighting without some bounce to fill in shadows!

The more we pay attention to details before and during a shoot, the less we’ll have to fix later.


Let’s take a look through our old files now and then, and see what old pieces was can pick up and finish.

There’s lots to be learned from our older works!  Let’s see what we don’t like, what could be fixed, and what we need to remember for the next project.

Much Peace and Keep Roamin’


Self portrait photography of an elven maiden character in the studio.