These ridiculously colourful, but wonderfully shot images (talented photographer, alright poser) are a follow up from my previous Vintage post. Located in a park in Sheffield (yes really), the team were super keen to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and relax in a serene atmosphere whilst catching a little of breeze floating by.
*Puts on best radio presenter voice* 'Ahem, thanks for joining me folks'. I'm not really sure why I think of an old school narrator telling my story when I look at these images. I must be feeling nostalgic. These are unpublished shots, so I thought I'd post them up on here as 'uncut', a bit like when you see the end of a movie and for some reason you watch the unseen scenes. Ah, that's it, I've been watching way too many movies lately.
This entire album is going to be my collection of memorabilia for when I'm old and I look back on my life. I love the idea of looking back at little me, travelling around with tons of luggage that's bigger than me. It creates quite the picture.
Styling and props: Natalie Armin
Photographer: Craig Flemming
Make Up: Laura Gingell
Published in Complex'D Magazine