Dreams Of The Sisters, Atlas Magazine And The Skeleton Project Week 49

Dreams of the Sisters and ATLAS Magazine

Back in August I had a wonderful shoot with a fantastic team, you can see the blog post about the shoot here


Today this shoot was published in the seconds issue of the wonderful ATLAS Magazine! Here is a link to view the issue! You can find us on pages 138-147! :D



The idea of the shoot was based around two sisters as they begin their journey at their home alone together they look for a chance to bring their dreams and desires into reality, the symbolism for this being the gates of the garden. The forbidden boundary that has sparked their curiosity. 

While left alone they explore this garden and themselves. They start out as the innocent sisters and as the story progresses they mature towards the last phase of the shoot which is portrayed as an opposite to the beginning with a darker feel bringing the story to a close. 

Each stage shows a part of their imagination and dreams escaping into reality, in this case their outfits from the soft feminine fabrics of the beginning looks to the more metallic and goth-like feel towards the end.

(The first image from each look is digital and the second is analogue and the third is digital again)



Here are some links to the wonderful team, be sure to check out their stuff! :)

Models:
Stephanie Linda Pause
Sara Grabek

Make-up/hair:
Angela Amelia

Styling:
Maria Martin-Caro

Designers/Brands:
American Apparel
ASOS
Doctor Martens
Marina Qureshi
Miista
Nikita Karizma
Tamzin Lillywhite
Z-Mode

Photography:
Me!


The Skeleton Project

Week 49! I can't believe how close I am to completing this year long project! I think I might have to carry on as I have a few more ideas left than I do weeks. :P

Here is a little work in progress/behind the scenes type shot, it's surprising how much of a set you can make in such a tiny space!


And here is the final shot. This time the skeleton is sailing off! (One of the people reading this will know where to. :D )


Don't forget you can follow the project here.