High Fashion Classics Part Two

Women Four

(Great Expectations, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Little Women)

The second post of pictures of my High Fashion Classics Series. And another thank you to everyone who modeled for me and helped me out! You can see Part One (Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, A Midsummer’s Night Dream, The Great Gatsby) here.

Women Two

Women Three

Women One

Little Women / Louisa May Alcott / 1868

Model: Hannah B. – Tumblr / Instagram

Hannah and I had planned an afternoon to photograph two books, but a sudden change of plans left us photographing three. Even working within very strict time limits to make sure we were able to do them all, the pictures all turned out lovely and she was so flexible about it!

Expectations Five

Expectations One

Expectations Three

Expectations Two


Great Expectations / Charles Dickens / 1860

Model: Kylie W – Instagram

Kylie and Aidan (who you can see in Part One) both modeled for me in the same afternoon, and we ended up photographing four books in about three hours. They were both great to work with, and have such pretty eyes! Even in less than perfect lighting conditions, they really stood out.

Dorian Gray Three

Dorian Gray Seven

Dorian Gray Nine

Dorian Gray Five


The Picture of Dorian Gray / Oscar Wilde / 1891
Model: Erin D. – Instagram

Erin was also great to work with! She was so professional and easygoing, and is currently studying acting in university, so she’s one to look out for in the future.

Thanks to all the girls for helping me out, and everyone for reading!



3 thoughts on “High Fashion Classics Part Two

  1. Hopefully you will include some of the work in progress shots – set building, makeup etc in the presentation along with your notes and rationale – some of the out takes could be worth running too. This is a great project, very original and well executed. Your models are exceptional, well chosen for the books they portray and your skill with the lighting, photography and directing is outstanding. If nothing else you have shown you can create a concept and carry the idea to fruition through all the steps required, organising, casting, execution and presentation. Very well done indeed!

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