Hey All! I have some great news to share with you today. Recently I had an interview on one of my (Hungarian) friend’s blog about how’s life in London. It was so successful (if I could say that) that now I am continuously getting emails from people who are interested in my photography and would like to collaborate / work with me, or just have some questions to ask from me. It makes me really happy if I can help you, at the same time I’m still learning too. This is how I met Alex, the make-up artist. She’s also from Hungary, worked on a cruise ship for some time and now she lives in London, too. For my biggest surprise, she actually lives about 15 minutes drive from me. ‘That’s pretty cool!!’ was my first reaction. From that on we’ve been chatting for hours, sending tons of emails about our creative ideas… Oh yes, you all will be part of it if you follow my blog or Facebook page!
The English weather has been very tricky over the past one and a half months. Since Easter it was like a never-ending rainy period, showers every single day. Alex and I couldn’t wait to go outside and work with all the beautiful models that applied for my casting call from April. So now it’s time to meet Emily! I don’t remember if I’ve ever seen such a beautiful, exotic girl in my life. She’s from Uganda, and has been living in London for about 3 years. I knew from the first minute I talked to her that she has such a bubbly personality that I am always looking for in my models. Back to the weather again, it was so chilly outside (at least no rain) that I could capture only one set of clothes. She actually arrived with a suitcase to the photo session! Once the weather gets a bit warmer, we will definitely continue our project… I’m so amazed by her style and this wonderful red dress she was wearing!
Thank you Emily for these wonderful moments!