There’s been a little change in my life. As of today I can proudly call myself a student of Archival Science 🙂 It’s going to be a nice addition to my Masters Degree in Aesthetics, not to mention the fact that it’s something that will actually help me get a job that I want. I don’t know if I know what I want to specialize in, but considering my other interests I think culture and literature is close at hand.
Since I’m now moving from part-time to full-time studies, this means that photoshoots will primarly be booked on weekends. It’s going to be nice to do all my creative things on weekends, then I can concentrate on my studies during the week and then relax. I’ve got some new things coming up so you better keep your eyes open! 🙂
And to reward myself a bit, I’m spending the rest of the afternoon looking at pretty high heels that want ^^
As the titles states, it’s all about the shiny stuff today. Later this afternoon I’ll be heading over to Maebelle Latex headquarters to get my pretty green dress mended. I took it out for a shoot last Saturday when the little bow in the front decided it was a good time to fall off. I still wore it, with just a quick addition of a rose hair clip to cover up the damage. But that’s not all I’m going to do there. I’ll also be trying on my new skirt that she’s making for a shoot that I’ve been planning since January. I’m really looking forward to see it come to life 🙂
These past few weeks I’ve been getting a lot of new ideas for shoots, all of them involving latex. I’m not going to give out any details, but books are definately good for my inspiration ^^ I only wish I had more funds to obtain all the things (especially all the latex) I want and need for them all. Some day… I’ve been starting a list of the latex I’d like to have, so I can keep a decent track of everything 😛
And speaking of latex, I got my new gloves from All You Need Is G L ❤ V E S the other week. They fit perfectly and I can’t wait to shoot them ❤
I woke up this morning to see a preview picture from the photoshoot I had with Kya Wolfwritten and Capsicon the day before yesterday (that’s Saturday if you’re like me and don’t keep track of the days 😛 ). It had also been published on the Facebook Page of the magazine Capsicon is running, Alternative Models Magazine. Under this picture someone had decided to act a little funny and declared that me and Kya looked fake.
I have no idea what exactly it is this person thinks is fake, but I can tell you this much: What you see is what you get, there is nothing fake whatsofreaking ever. My curves are all natural, the only kind of surgery I’ve ever done was to remove keloids on my earlobes after two pairs of failed piercings. That’s it. My skin is pale no matter what I do. It’s highly sensitive and burns easily so I always use SPF 30 (minimum!) when I go outside. Although, in the past three years I’ve been able to walk outside without anything and not even get red and burned.
Still, I find it very amusing that someone thinks I look fake and then doesn’t have decency to say what excactly it is that he/she thinks it is. Or just be more polite and ask if anything had been retouched/photoshoped away.
But yes, that was this morning’s big laugh and “you-said-what-now?”-moment.
Spent a couple of hours at the tattoo studio to get some more work done on what I have come to call my “family arm”. I already have an old tattoo from three years ago that is a memorial for my grandftaher who past away almost 11 years ago. When my grandmother died last November I knew that I wanted to do something similar for her. At Midsummer I found the perfect motif.
And so, here it is. Two lillies (the exact ones we have at our country house) and chords from “Amazing Graze”, since we played it at the funeral.
The tattoo is made by Jerre at Zoi Tattoo, Stockholm.
A little while back I showed you a little sneak peek of my shoot for Imperial Fiddlesticks Emporium. Today I’m giving you a whole bunch of pictures from that shoot! Not all though, because there are quite a few of them, but a nice selection none the less 🙂 More will come soon enough so keep your eyes open!
Photo & retouch: Josefine Jönsson
Hats, corsages & other hair accessories: Imperial Fiddlesticks Emporium
Model and styling: Me
I recieved the finished pictures from my shoot for Imperial Fiddlesticks Emporium earlier this week and I thought I’d treat you to a little sneak peek ^^ The rest will come up eventually, but I think I’ll wait until the designer has posted them all first.
Anyway, here it is! Photo & retouch by Josefine Jönsson, corsage by Imperial Fiddlesticks Emporium, makeup & styling by yours truly.