Earlier this month I was very lucky to shoot the dress rehearsal of the one woman show That Was All. Written by Francis Grin and performed at The Space Theatre for three sell out nights. I felt very lucky to be apart of the audience and watch some incredible, real-life theatre. I have known Francis for a few years and am in awe of her writing talents. So I will share a excerpt from the The Spectator review.
"This is a wonderful piece of theatre which documents modern London in a stream of warm, funny, stylish and celebratory vignettes.... What a treat to see art on stage and not accusation."
I'd suggest following Francis and Mrs C's Collective Theatre Company to stay informed for future productions. I can not wait for the next show. I also wanted to added that as well as offering limited tickets to ensure people were social distanced in the venue, they also had a live stream option.
Had a super fun shoot last month with Paul which was a perfect time to bring out my new prisms. I was shooting some content for his social media channels which gave me creative freedom. It was great to use these prism in different light conditions and see the results. I have added a few of my favourites below.
Hope you all had a good week!
So I have been in a strange creative space recently and while I was in Germany I had a few ideas pop into my head. During lock down I have been focusing on my skincare and Advance Night Repair has been my saviour. I have been using this serum for about two years and really noticed a difference. This versatile product is one of my hero staples and I love using this serum as a primer as well as mixing a little with my foundation to create glowing skin. So back to this idea I had in Germany. I was taken by the bubbles created in water and thought that is would be a cool texture to explore in photography. So one afternoon I grabbed my glass vase and bottle of ANR. It took a few attempts to create the shot I had envisioned but needed an extra set of hands to help. Check out some of my attempts below.
Just like that summer is over and it is time to get those jumpers and coats out from storage. While I shot these images a few weeks earlier with Tanya, thought now was the perfect time to share. Shorter days got me curled up on sofa with endless cup of teas. I have taken my jumpers out of storages and looking to add some colour. This cardigan tickets all those boxes. Time for some online shopping and fingers crossed that sunshine comes back.
weekly musing from Rosalind Alcazar Photography