A slideshow of photos has finally been added to the Jewellery page – check it out here: https://whoiswindsong.wordpress.com/jewellery/!
I am preparing to send out the first official marketing campaign for the new website www.whoiswindsong.com: 25% off jewellery orders over $100 and 15% off makeup services – but it’s going to be a limited-time offer, and open only to my email subscribers, so I’m encouraging anyone who would like to get in on the action to subscribe now or alternatively email me at email@example.com!
The jewellery gallery page of the website has been updated with new photos: http://www.whoiswindsong.com/Handcrafted-Jewellery.html
The website has been updated with new content in general, particularly the jewellery image gallery. Check it out here: www.whoiswindsong.com/Handcrafted-Jewellery.html.
Windsong has launched its official website: www.whoiswindsong.com! The site is still very much a work in progress, but I will hopefully be able to get the major “bones” set up very soon.
I picked up the CD of photos yesterday, and I’m very pleased with how they turned out! I tweaked a few of them with www.picnik.com (‘cuz that’s how I roll, lol).
On March 20, 2010 I did the makeup for a former co-worker, Vista, before she dashed off to her Engagement Party in West Vancouver.
The photos below were taken by Hyperfocus Photography (www.hyperfocus.ca) (cropped for size).
I was involved in my first commercial photoshoot a couple of weeks ago, courtesy of Shaun Stander (www.shaunstander.com). The shoot took place at a restaurant in Vancouver which could provide you with a sugar/fat-overload of just about any type you could possibly imagine – everything from donuts, to cheeseburgers, to Chinese takeout. The combination of smells was quite… interesting. The restaurant was open for business and several customers were curious as to what we were doing. One of them asked Shaun what the shoot was for, and who the model (Kevin) was. Shaun replied, very seriously, “We’re shooting for Donuts Weekly. He’s a Donut Kingpin.” The customer totally bought it, saying “Oh really?! Never heard of it.” I could not keep a straight face!