Greenwich Naval college was the location for my latest shoot. I collaborated with Jon and Tina Reid, photographers, Magdalena Marciniak for styling styling, Robyn Skinner as make-up artist and Nataly Guryanova as the model.
We were shooting a silk jersey dress and a fine silk netted jersey cape. Both of which I had digitally printed the fabrics and sewn together. The origin of my prints was to create a story of how the concept of 'time' can be dictated through imagery, opposed to using the more traditional methods of scientific measuring.
I wanted to display how time is a cycle from birth to death. Either that be in a form of a day, person, animal or even journey.
I am currently interested in creating ulternative sportswear pieces, hence the choice of fabric. I'm experimenting with more casual cuts opposed to using traditional styles often seen in sporting garments as well as incorporating a stronger print aspect to the style. Were usually graphical placement prints or strong logo's are often used instead.
The Naval colleges was the perfect location.
With the meridian line marking the starting point of time.
Designer - www.emmaharriet.co.uk
Stylist - magdalenamarciniak.carbonmade.com
Photographers - jonreid.net