Focusing on core interest delivers stronger results

September 05, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

I have been playing around the edges for a while, content to have the direction set for me.  Further to my last post (yes it was a while ago) I think I am starting to see some traction in this new endeavour.  Using the mantra "turn your head in the direction you intend to travel" I have focused my work and targeted projects.  I have used what I have learnt in terms of lighting and editing to progress my work to the desired level.  The key last component was to work with individuals who could get me to the required level.  In the below image, I have definitely achieved what I was trying to deliver.  The location is the school in which my grandmother went to school at the end of the 1920's.  I wanted an image that would be aligned to that genre.  This was achieved through working with Meagan O'Keefe who has the most amazing collection of self made Victorian costumes.  Her work is simply amazing.  This for me was the icing on the cake and made the project so very seamless.  This will be my future direction as I work to incorporate my skills into the creative vision I am working towards.

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