Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Where When How Wednesday - Phee Jameson

Welcome to 'Where When How Wednesday'. In these weekly posts I'll be interviewing creatives about their journey into the creative world, their works, and what makes them tick. This week I'm interviewing Hampshire based photographic model, Phee Jameson.

Photographer - Richard Danter


Firstly, thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for me. We should probably start at the beginning...when and how did you come about getting into the world of modelling?

'I stumbled into it entirely by accident actually, and it was completely unplanned! It all started at about the same time that I started hoarding latex two years ago - I'd post a photo to instagram of myself in my newest outfit; nothing glamorous, just your regular bedroom mirror type of photo so that I could share it with a few of my friends who also happened to be into latex.

I never expected anyone to appreciate these half hearted, blank expressioned phone snaps, but I woke up one morning with my phone going ballistic, and I opened it to find out that somehow one of my photos had passed the one hundred likes mark on instagram (this coming from someone who used to get seven at most, even on a good day!) and it was really confidence boosting that so many people would enjoy seeing these photos of me just sharing what I love.

So I did it again. And then again, and then again every time I'd buy a new outfit. For at least the first year or so, I really didn't think of it as “modelling” as I was effectively just blogging about these clothes that I liked. Somewhere along the line, the repetitive plank like pose in front of a bedroom mirror became a more confident figure, I swapped the backdrop of my bedroom wall to places like the canals of Amsterdam, and the phone became an actual camera.

My first modelling collaboration (I say “collaboration” rather than “job” as I've never come into this with any financial motivation, and I probably never will - it's all something that I do entirely for fun) came about March last year when a lovely designer asked if I'd be interested in shooting one of her designs.

At the time, I was a little sceptical that anyone would actually want me to model their stuff. I thought that at worst, it may be some kind of scam, at best, it might be some prankster having me on, waiting to post some kind of obnoxious “Ha, look at this; how could she even fall for it!?” kinda screen grab. But something told me that I should just grab the opportunity by the horns and go for it. So I did. A few days later, a little package came in the post and I opened it to find a stunning little outfit, inch perfect to my size. That was a year ago, and since then I've worked with lots of other lovely and talented people along the way.'

Photographer - Kebv Iwara


Most things, especially online, tend to fall into specific genres and/or gets described as being a specific style. The trouble with this is it's quite subjective, the style someone views something to be can often differ to the style the person creating it views it as. How would you describe the work you are putting out there?

'Well like I mentioned above, I still almost think of what I do as a little bit of a blog that follows the events in my life. At the moment, I am aiming to do a lot of travelling; If I travel to Amsterdam, for example, I'll collaborate with someone on a shoot over there. If I go to London, I'll do a shoot there. You hear about people that travel the world and get a tattoo from an artist wherever they go, and in essence that is what I'm aiming to do as well; get a little bit of art from an artist wherever I go, though in this instance the media is obviously photographic rather than on my skin.

Therefore, I guess the style is down to whatever individual I collaborate with at any given point in time. The one thing that does irk me a little bit, though, is that because I'm shooting latex, people automatically consider it “Fetish”, when in actual fact what I'm shooting is the furthest thing from that; I'm showing these clothes in an everyday scenario. I literally do wear them as everyday fashion. I wear these clothes (well, some of them! Perhaps not one of my full length sparkling purple ensembles!) into the office, I wear them around my friends, and I wear them sat at home with the family.'

Photographer - PeterDP


Photography, modelling and their related skills, as with most things, can have their share of problems. I personally have a particular problem with self confidence. This confidence issue can and has caused me issues with my photography. Do you find any aspects of modelling particularly challenging?

'Oh yes! For example, a challenge that I face quite regularly is the “How am I gonna fit this bloody thing in the wardrobe!?” dilemma every time I buy a new dress! It's becoming a real problem!

Joking aside though, I've only had one real problem, which was being bullied by a particular ex friend of mine, a popular YouTuber at the time (Though karma has since caught up with her), that got a little jealous when she realised that she wasn't the only one that could get a few followers online. Being determined to push me back down, she tried to demolish my new found confidence by telling me that what I was doing was soft core porn and told me I was turning myself into a sexual object based on nothing more than the material of my clothes. She even went as far as saying (In her words, not mine) that anybody who enjoyed my work was a “dirty old man who just wanted a quick w*nk over my photos.”

The hardest thing is to admit to yourself that someone like that, who you've known since the age of five, is not good for you anymore and that you need to cut yourself loose from them. After several months of those kind of messages going on, I finally managed to reach the realisation that I wanted nothing to do with anybody who made me feel, quite frankly, dirty, by suggesting something like that. (No disrespect intended to anybody that does do that kind of work, but it's definitely not me, or what I'm aiming to achieve!)

In a way though, it's a blessing in disguise when something like that happens, and it lets you see the world with new eyes. I've made it plenty of new friends through what I do, and gone separate ways to someone that definitely isn't the kind of person I'd like to be friends with. At the end of the day, it's not my loss.'

Photographer - PeterDP


In my series 'Foto Inspiration Friday' I share the people, images, places etc that I find give me inspiration. Who, or what, or where do you draw inspiration from?

'To be honest with you, this is the question that I had to think about most for this interview, because I'm not the kind of person that can sit there and give you a list of photographers from years gone by and tell what techniques they use that make their work so great. But, at same time, I'm quite thankful that you did ask it.

That's because I rarely actually sit down and think “Yeah, actually, what does really make me tick?” And in doing so, I actually realised that my source of inspiration is not necessarily someone that I look up to, but people that have already given me the confidence to do this; the designers that have trusted me to capture the soul of their beautiful designs, the people that leave lovely little comments on my photos, the photographers that have taken some great photos of me - if I'm allowed to say that without coming across as arrogant - so I would have to say that these are the people that have given me the tools to love what I do, and therefore I would have to say that these are the people who have inspired me the most to keep doing what I'm doing.'

Photographer - PeterDP


Sometimes images hold a special significance to us. It can be the first image we ever made, it can be an image drawing attention to a cause close to our hearts, it can simply be an image of someone we love. Do you have an image or images that hold a special significance to you?

'Absolutely. There were a series of shoots that I did when my account began to pick up in popularity that I always look back on fondly. In a way, it symbolises the time that I began to come out of my shell and become more confident in myself, and it was a huge achievement for me at the time to have the confidence to pose out in public without going as red as a beetroot.

I actually thought I had permanently lost these photos too, until I found them on an old USB stick the other day, buried at the bottom of a drawer. I'm so glad that I found them! Although the quality of the image is nowhere near as good as anything I'd shoot now, it's always a shoot that I have loved, for some reason.'

Photographer - PeterDP


Photoshoots can sometimes leave you open to scary or funny situations. What's the scariest or funniest situation you've found yourself in on a shoot?

'Hmm, I think both the funniest and scariest thing would have to be when I thought I had ruined a whole bag of camera equipment! Basically, to get into latex, you either have to use talcum powder (which is super messy and gets everywhere) or an oil-like lube that they call “dressing aid” in the latex world. Of course, having previously caused a talcum powder tornado at my boyfriend's place (He was not impressed!) I now use the less messy dressing aid.

So we're on a shoot and I put the dressing aid back in the bag, which also had a camera and multiple lenses in it, until we're ready to go, only to realise that the bottle of latex lube had somehow come open and practically lubricated everything in the bag. You know those awful slapstick comedies where someone drops something, and then tries to catch it again only to have it slide out of their hands? The following scenes looked something a little bit like that.

The auto focus didn't work on any of the lenses when we tried to put them on the camera - they were trying to stop slipping and sliding through lube - and I literally came pretty close to being sick thinking that I had ruined the camera (Which I don't think was more than a few weeks old at that point!) but luckily after a little bit of drying off and draining, the lenses did begin to focus again!'

Photographer - PeterDP


We've talked about your start, we've talked about your current work, let's quickly chat about the future. What have you got coming up this year, more of the same? Any special projects? Plus in regards to a more long term plan, where are you hoping your creative journey will take you in the years to come?

'I think I mentioned earlier that I'm keen to travel the world a little bit this year and work with some awesome people wherever I go. That's definitely something that I look forwards to! I'm also in talks with several more latex brands - some really talented designers - to model their clothes. I'm super excited about some of the opportunities that look like they are coming my way this year.

A personal goal of mine is to work with a wider range of photographers because I'm quite guilty of finding a few people whose work I really like, and then sticking in my comfort zone of those few people rather than exploring styles that other people might be able to offer. So that's something else that I am trying to put into action this year.

As for a long term goal, I guess I hadn't planned that far ahead; I'm just enjoying each day as it comes!'

Photographer - PeterDP


When I speak to photographers I ask about their gear, it's only fair you get to geek out too...do you have any go to items you can't live without?

'You may have guessed it already, but my latex is a huge thing for me. I have probably over a hundred outfits. A select few outfits, however, have a huge sentimental value to me for reasons that I won't bore you with!'

Photographer - PeterDP


Now for the shameless self promotion part of the interview...where can people find you and your work?

'I'm quite guilty of putting all of my eggs in one basket, so to speak, so you're most likely to find me online on instagram: http://www.instagram.com/misspheejameson

Though if you're reading this interview, the chances are that you arrived here from purple port, in which case the link to my profile is: http://purpleport.com/portfolio/misspheejameson'

Photographer - Portraits & Pinups


I'd like to thank Phee again for taking the time to answer a few questions for me, be sure to check out all the links above for more of her work, as well as the links attached to the images for the other creatives involved in creating them.


Ian
http://facebook.com/guffoggthegeek
http://twitter.com/guffoggthegeek

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Where When How Wednesday - Miss Sassy Su

Welcome to 'Where When How Wednesday'. In these weekly posts I'll be interviewing creatives about their journey into the creative world, their works, and what makes them tick. This week I'm interviewing Edinburgh based photographic model, Saskia AKA Miss Sassy Su.

Photographer - Full Exposure Photography


Firstly, thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for me. We should probably start at the beginning...when and how did you come about getting into the world of modelling?

'I started a few years ago. I had a friend who was a model and she encouraged me to apply for agencies and get a portfolio together after seeing a photo of me. I took a step back from it when I focused more on my business as a freelance makeup artist but I ended up getting asked to model by every photographer I worked with. It was a very natural progression.'


Most things, especially online, tend to fall into specific genres and/or gets described as being a specific style. The trouble with this is it's quite subjective, the style someone views something to be can often differ to the style the person creating it views it as. How would you describe the work you are putting out there?

'I try to be as creative and diverse as possible in each shoot but I would consider myself falling more under a vintage genre.'

Photographer - Pablo Ray Photography


Photography, modelling and their related skills, as with most things, can have their share of problems. I personally have a particular problem with self confidence. This confidence issue can and has caused me issues with my photography. Do you find any aspects of modelling particularly challenging?

'I don't find it particularly challenging but I don't want to plateau and just get stuck doing the same poses. I always try to challenge myself and do something different each time. Dancing has enabled me to be confident in using my body but I know I can do better.'


In my series 'Foto Inspiration Friday' I share the people, images, places etc that I find give me inspiration. Who, or what, or where do you draw inspiration from?

'I grew up in a very artistic, fashion and dance orientated family so I've taken a lot from them. My parents were both professional contemporary ballet dancers so I grew up with seeing photographs of them dancing. My mum then went on to choreograph and model in fashion and hair shows worldwide so I was always around different creatives from a young age.'

Photographer - Ottotto


Sometimes images hold a special significance to us. It can be the first image we ever made, it can be an image drawing attention to a cause close to our hearts, it can simply be an image of someone we love. Do you have an image or images that hold a special significance to you?

'Probably the images of my parents dancing.'


Photoshoots can sometimes leave you open to scary or funny situations. What's the scariest or funniest situation you've found yourself in on a shoot?

'I've never been in a super scary situation. I've been in situations where I've had to shut down the shoot if I feel like it's heading in the wrong direction. My duo shoots with the model Peachpeach are always a laugh.'

Photographer - Richard FE


We've talked about your start, we've talked about your current work, let's quickly chat about the future. What have you got coming up this year, more of the same? Any special projects? Plus in regards to a more long term plan, where are you hoping your creative journey will take you in the years to come?

'This year I am focusing more on my makeup and my studio. I have a few tours coming up throughout the country for my modelling. In the future I have many things I want to do in other industries.'

Photographer - Stratographic


When I speak to photographers I ask about their gear, it's only fair you get to geek out too...do you have any go to items you can't live without?

'My partner in crime and cheese.'


Now for the shameless self promotion part of the interview...where can people find you and your work?

'Here are my Purpleports for my modelling, makeup and studio. They all have clickable links to my social media

http://purpleport.com/portfolio/misssaskia
http://purpleport.com/portfolio/misssaskiasumakeup
http://purpleport.com/portfolio/synergystudio'

Photographer - Bocker Photography


I'd like to thank Saskia again for taking the time to answer a few questions for me, be sure to check out all the links above for more of her work, as well as the links attached to the images for the other creatives involved in creating them.


Ian
http://facebook.com/guffoggthegeek
http://twitter.com/guffoggthegeek

Wednesday, 12 April 2017

Where When How Wednesday - Isla Sol


Welcome to 'Where When How Wednesday'. In these weekly posts I'll be interviewing creatives about their journey into the creative world, their works, and what makes them tick. This week I'm interviewing Oxfordshire based photographic model, Isla Sol.

Photographer - SDR Photography

Photographer - Oliver John Walker



Firstly, thanks for taking the time to answer a few questions for me. We should probably start at the beginning...when and how did you come about getting into the world of modelling?

'Hello Ian, and thank you for inviting me to participate in this interview.... I have no idea of your readership quantity or demographic, but thank you in advance to anyone who has taken the time to look over this interview!

To answer your question.... Well, I returned from living overseas in 2012, after three years of catastrophic luck. My confidence was extremely low after a very abusive relationship, and my head was properly screwed up. I spent the summer of 2012 enjoying my freedom, and reconnecting with my family and close friends - basically rebuilding my life.

At this time I had a private Facebook profile, and a "friend" was a photographer (we were 'friends' by acquaintance). He had posted some images he had taken of models for his portfolio/new website on his social media profile, which I had admired and subsequently complimented... I have always loved art (and can draw/paint to a reasonable standard, when I commit myself), and so appreciated his photography. He then messaged me and invited me to do a shoot, so I thought "why not?" and went along - really to try and boost my self confidence. I had a great time, and was surprised that many of the images looked nothing like the real me!'

Photographer - Arrow Photography


Most things, especially online, tend to fall into specific genres and/or gets described as being a specific style. The trouble with this is it's quite subjective, the style someone views something to be can often differ to the style the person creating it views it as. How would you describe the work you are putting out there?

'Eeeeek! I'm not sure really - erm.... I guess I focus on a mixture of fashion, portraiture and lingerie (does that sound about right????). I would love to do some more creative projects - conceptual, fine-art, beauty and alike.

Genres aside, I try my best to be diverse and expressive. There are some amazing models out there on the sites, who I am totally in awe of - Artemis, Carla Monaco, and Jen Brooke to name a few... I view their work and realise I have a long, long way to go in creating the standard of image I would like to achieve. But, I feel my style and modelling skills are evolving and moving in the right direction.... I'd probably say that I prefer/best suit natural light, more candid portraits, maybe slightly bohemian in style.'


Photographer - ADWs Photos


Photography, modelling and their related skills, as with most things, can have their share of problems. I personally have a particular problem with self confidence. This confidence issue can and has caused me issues with my photography. Do you find any aspects of modelling particularly challenging?

'Sorry to hear you struggle with your self-confidence. When I first started modelling, I really struggled with my self-confidence also.... always comparing myself to others, not feeling good enough, and being highly critical and negative about my own work.

I think this has lessened though, as time has passed and I have grown to accept myself more as an individual. I still look at images of other models and think "bloody hell - she is PERFECT!" then look at myself and contemplate my superficial flaws, but I'm much more comfortable with who I am as a human being.... I've definitely flourished as a person - mellowed, become more compassionate, less competitive, and much more self-aware. When you learn to be kind to yourself and conscious of the the reality of life, you realise that none of it really matters.... nothing is permanent - just enjoy yourself, be a good person, and make the most of life.

Other than that, from a technical perspective I struggle with my hands... I view images of models who are dancers, with elegant hands, looking perfect and serene, whilst I'm trying to prevent claw-hands happening! Generally, I don't really know what I'm doing when it comes to posing - I just move around a bit and hope for the best (probably not the best self-promotion hehe)!'

Photographer - Arrow Photography


In my series 'Foto Inspiration Friday' I share the people, images, places etc that I find give me inspiration. Who, or what, or where do you draw inspiration from?

'I think my inspiration comes not from an individual, but from a love of life, and from the people I work with. Also, being a mother has totally changed me - my children have given me this love and light inside, that totally inspires me in everything I do.

In terms of whose work I admire on the portfolio sites, I would say Jake Hicks, Magic Owen, Marcin Kopycinski, Andy Park, and Arrow Photography.... there are so many extremely talented people, whose work is inspirational!'

Photographer - Dave Badelli


Sometimes images hold a special significance to us. It can be the first image we ever made, it can be an image drawing attention to a cause close to our hearts, it can simply be an image of someone we love. Do you have an image or images that hold a special significance to you?

'Haha, yes - I once created an image in an American Diner with a photographer who was a close friend at the time. It was bizarre.... we went for breakfast, and ordered a full English (I'm a vegetarian, so he ate it). We had a pig's head mask hidden in my bag, and whipped it out when the waitresses weren't around, I stuck it on and he took the image. One waitress caught sight of it, and did a double take. We called the image "Piggin' Out!".... It was absolutely hilarious, and I still think about the experience with great fondness.'

Photographer - Arrow Photography


Photoshoots can sometimes leave you open to scary or funny situations. What's the scariest or funniest situation you've found yourself in on a shoot?

'Hmm.... there have been so many random situations. I've been caught out in blizzards, got lost in woods, and had some rather embarrassing situations. I think safety wise, I've only really felt frightened on one occasion, at a shibari (rope work) shoot - when I felt quite vulnerable and anxious, not long after I started modelling. I would really urge other models to take the necessary steps to ensure their safety, check out references, tell someone about their whereabouts etc. Most people are really cool, but you do get the odd weirdo and some who wish to push boundaries.'

Photographer - Jonathan Bell,  Make Up - Whimsical Sorceress


We've talked about your start, we've talked about your current work, let's quickly chat about the future. What have you got coming up this year, more of the same? Any special projects? Plus in regards to a more long term plan, where are you hoping your creative journey will take you in the years to come?

'To be honest my life is so, so busy - my kids and home life, work, family/friends, my business ventures etc - that I pretty much live for the moment. I'm also hoping to start a second degree this year, so factoring that into my plans.... I try to take things as it comes to be honest, and model when I can fit it in.

There are some people that I have admired for YEARS, and would love, love, LOVE to work with, so perhaps I will stalk and pester them a bit in the hope they will shoot with me one day???? There are also a few people who I have worked with previously and hope to collaborate with again - Jonathan Bell, Arrow Photography, Rugglez, Mike Crowshaw... all seriously cool guys, talented and so easy to get along with.

I'm seriously cracking on, in terms of modelling years now and shelf-life, so I'm not looking too far ahead into the future.... who knows... thank heavens for editing software!'

Photographer - Arrow Photography


When I speak to photographers I ask about their gear, it's only fair you get to geek out too...do you have any go to items you can't live without?

'Liquid eye-liner, primer (although I'm not sure what it does?), my hair-curling wand (seriously damages my hair, but sometimes works well), and heels. Oh, and lots of black lace stuff from eBay!'

Photographer - Moroi Visage


Now for the shameless self promotion part of the interview...where can people find you and your work?

'I'm on Purpleport: http://purpleport.com/portfolio/islasol and ModelMayhem: http://www.modelmayhem.com/4034612

I'm not on social media currently for my modelling (I know I need to sort this, but I'm totally out of touch with technology... only just started online banking!).

Please email me on islasol27@gmail.com for booking enquiries.'

Photographer - Arrow Photography


Photographer - Sean Munro


I'd like to thank Isla again for taking the time to answer a few questions for me, be sure to check out all the links above for more of her work, as well as the links attached to the images for the other creatives involved in creating them.


Ian
http://facebook.com/guffoggthegeek
http://twitter.com/guffoggthegeek

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Where When How Wednesday - Elle J

Welcome to 'Where When How Wednesday'. In these weekly posts I'll be interviewing creatives about their journey into the creative world, their works, and what makes them tick. This week I'm interviewing Derbyshire based photographic model, Elle J.

Photographer - Lizzie Bayliss Photography


Firstly, thanks for taking the time to answer some questions for me. We should probably start at the beginning...when and how did you come about getting into the world of modelling?

'Thank you for interviewing me! When I was about 21 I did some modelling alongside acting and I really enjoyed it. However my husband and I wanted to have a family so I didn't really think about it until my husband bought me a boudoir session for my 30th birthday. I loved the whole thing and the studio I did it in said it was the best one they had seen and why wasn't I doing it as a career? So that gave me the push I needed and here I am!'

Photographer - Greendale Images


Most things, especially online, tend to fall into specific genres and/or gets described as being a specific style. The trouble with this is it's quite subjective, the style someone views something to be can often differ to the style the person creating it views it as. How would you describe the work you are putting out there?

'I like to think I have a good variety in my work. With my background as an actress I'm used to immersing myself in roles which allows me to make myself a chameleon on camera. I believe it's really important for photographer and model to have a good rapport to create work that is collaborative. I love working with people who are passionate about photography and I connect with.'

Photographer - ClickCam


Photography, modelling and their related skills, as with most things, can have their share of problems. I personally have a particular problem with self confidence. This confidence issue can and has caused me issues with my photography. Do you find any aspects of modelling particularly challenging?

'I was bullied at school and at University and this did knock my confidence in how I look. On occasion when photographers have commented on how I look during shoots or alter my body in an image I still find this difficult to not take this personally. Even though deep down I know they are just trying to create that perfect image as it appears in their head.'

Photographer - Shelly


In my series 'Foto Inspiration Friday' I share the people, images, places etc that I find give me inspiration. Who, or what, or where do you draw inspiration from?

'For poses I often look to Marilyn Monroe as I feel she is very beautiful and unique in her own style. I also love looking at other amazing models work such as Lizzie Bayliss and Amelie Alden. I find YouTube a fantastic resource for makeup especially Chloe Morello. For ideas for the actual image I find it useful to collaborate with a photographer on Pinterest.'

Photographer - Aggie H Photography


Sometimes images hold a special significance to us. It can be the first image we ever made, it can be an image drawing attention to a cause close to our hearts, it can simply be an image of someone we love. Do you have an image or images that hold a special significance to you?

'There is an image that was taken at Sandon Studio by Lizzie Bayliss near the swing they have in the back garden. This was the first time I had been out in the open fully naked. I felt liberated, beautiful and content to be myself.'

Photographer - Lizzie Bayliss Photography,  Taken at - Sandon Studio


Photoshoots can sometimes leave you open to scary or funny situations. What's the scariest or funniest situation you've found yourself in on a shoot?

'I had just finished shooting and my husband and two kids had come to collect me from the studio. There was another model who was working alongside me and was working with another photographer when they came to get my bags. As we were walking down the corridor the model came out fully naked, squealed and grabbed a piece of material. My eldest turned to me and said Mummy that lady is naked, why is she naked? Do you know her mummy? We got on so well together that we all saw the funny side.'

Photographer - Aggie H Photography


We've talked about your start, we've talked about your current work, let's quickly chat about the future. What have you got coming up this year, more of the same? Any special projects? Plus in regards to a more long term plan, where are you hoping your creative journey will take you in the years to come?

'I've got a lot of studio days coming up which I'm so excited about, looking forward to meeting new people and working with people I've worked with before. I have a shoot soon with the amazing brand Genius Lifestyle/N Genius Limited. I also have a duo day with a female model and Steve Wild Photography, which I'm really looking forward to as I haven't worked with a female before. I'm hoping to work with Vic Kumar, gjp on a video and Amelie Alden on a different type of shoot. So exciting times ahead!

Every time I achieve a goal I make a new one. I have been published twice, working with a clothing brand, designers and getting an fpi. All of these have been my goals and I was determined to achieve them. My next goal is to work with more designers and have my image on something like an advert.'

Photographer - Mitch44


When I speak to photographers I ask about their gear, it's only fair you get to geek out too...do you have any go to items you can'
t live without?

'I always joke whenever I go to a shoot that I'm not staying over night because I always bring a good amount of kit with me. My make up, at least one black set of lingerie and some killer heels.'

Photographer Shelly


Now for the shameless self promotion part of the interview...where can people find you and your work?

'I'm on Purpleport http://purpleport.com/portfolio/ellej
Instagram http://www.instagram.com/ellej2016
Facebook http://facebook.com/ellej2016'

Photographer - Shelly


I'd like to thank Elle again for taking the time to answer a few questions for me, be sure to check out all the links above for more of her work, as well as the links attached to the images for the other creatives involved in creating them.


Ian
http://facebook.com/guffoggthegeek
http://twitter.com/guffoggthegeek