I’m stoked, because for this shoot I got to pick my own models, and location. I’m planning to shoot up on Sharp Edge at golden hour, getting a wintry vibe on a summer-autumn morning.
I think for years I didn’t quite understand what it was like to be introverted yet often so energetic and sociable.
These last weeks, the conversation around diversity and representation has gotten louder and louder, with voices and perspectives and experiences making it into the mainstream.
I am putting more value into being alone. Not just accidentally, but to actually go out and seek aloneness.
This week somebody asked me if carrying a camera ruins the experience of adventuring for me.
Oh yes. No bus. Without phone service, weapons or elven cloaks, we’re stranded. In Mordor. MORDOR.
It really is a strange feeling, knowing the very curves, angles, aesthetics of your body are an offence, a cause of embarrassment.
“I feel like we hit that lorry and we’re now just continuing in an alternate life…”
A positive, devilish cheekiness welcomed us straight into the cute home in the quiet neighbourhood on the outskirts of Chiang Mai’s hustle and bustle.