Photoshoot – Feb. 5, 2011

On February 5, 2011, Christopher Edmonstone and I collaborated again for a photoshoot, which took place in the model’s 2-storey loft. I did the makeup, provided some jewellery for a few of the shots, and helped with the lighting/reflectors.

The preliminary shots I’ve seen look great!

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New Jewellery Photos Added

A slideshow of photos has finally been added to the Jewellery page – check it out here: https://whoiswindsong.wordpress.com/jewellery/!

Introductory Website Promotion

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 info@whoiswindsong.com!

New Website Content

The jewellery gallery page of the website has been updated with new photos: http://www.whoiswindsong.com/Handcrafted-Jewellery.html

New Website Content

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.

Official Website Launch!

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.

Photoshoot – March 24, 2010

Meghan

I orchestrated my first photoshoot on March 24, 2010.  My model was a co-worker, who has a fair complexion and fine almost stick-straight hair cut into a layered bob.

My original plan for her hair was to create a smooth vintage finger-wave style (somewhat along the lines of Nicole Kidman in The Golden Compass), but when I took out the pins and started combing the hair with my fingers, the resultant look with sassy ‘big-hair’ curls just looked too great to pass up.

In addition to doing the hair and makeup, I added one of my necklaces to complete the look.

I took a few photos myself while we were waiting our turn with the photographers.  I think she looks a bit like a 50’s pin-up girl – I wish we had had a martini glass and a long cigarette holder to use as props, but the little bouquet of tulips I made that afternoon were just fine for the original “bridal” theme.

The shoot itself went very well, and although I haven’t seen the photos yet I think they’re going to be great!  I can’t wait to see the final results.

this photo has a strange dark shadow under the right eye which I couldn't edit, so it looks like someone punched her in the eye!