I hadn’t previously publicized the intent to turn these fashion shoots into a 2015 calendar but now you know! We anticipate finishing the project in August and the calendar will be available for pre-sale in early September, hard copies available shortly after. Then on the 5th of October 2014 we will be selling the calendars at the West of EnglandTransportation Collection’s Open Day, a time when thousands come from all over England to view the incredible collection of vintage buses.
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Our 50’s Inspired Prom shoot on the 5th of April went so well. There wasn’t much stress involved, as we had all worked together before and I had a great feeling about Charli, our latest model. Again, this shoot took place at Dan Shears’ West of England Transportation Collection in Winkleigh, Devon. The theme of this project was a prom night gone wrong. It centers around a teenage girl who was so excited to go to prom, only to end up in tears and catching the bus home alone.
Despite the crazy wind, we were able to pull off some great images. I’ve included some of my favorites as well as a behind-the-scenes film showing the creative team prepping the model, deciding on the fashion as well as clips from the actual photo shoot.
And if you get a chance, check out “My Bubba & Mi”, who is credited with the soundtrack for the film. Their music is amazing!
This is behind-the-scenes footage from our 60’s Inspired Vintage Bus Shoot shot in early March 2014 by Alexandra Gunnoe at the West of England Transportation Collection in Winkleigh, Devon (UK). This was the first in a series of 11 Vintage Fashion shoots featuring these gorgeous old buses from the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, beautifully restored and provided by Dan Shears, Proprieter at the WETC. This particular bus is a 1959 Leyland PD3, Weymann body double decker.