Thursday, 28 April 2011

Model Project Launch

The Model Project Launch
In association with
Colours Agency Model House Party

On the 26th of May 2011 *****NEW DATE 2nd of June 2011 ***** THE MODEL PROJECT exhibition and website will go live during an invite only private view in association with Colours Agency Model House Party. 20 of the 50 fifty images taken for the project will be on view along with the complete website and a limited edition hardback print book. The book contains all of the 50 portraits along with out takes and contact sheets from the sessions. The exhibition will be open and available to view by appointment only for the whole of June.

A Little About the Project
Shot over the summer of 2010 THE MODEL PROJECT is a collection of mixed portraits creating a time capsule of the Scottish modelling scene.  Simplicity was key to the creation of the images. To allow the models to become central and the full focus of the image everything was simplified and stripped back. 1 camera, 1 model, 1 white backdrop, 1 light and 1 reflector were used to create 1 static set up for these diverse images. Each was tailored to capture an essence of the models personalities by stripping back their make up and attire to reveal the personality under the beauty. 50 models in total sat for the portraits. 


Exhibition Viewings
Monday-Friday
10am -4pm
By appointment only
For a viewing appointment at your convenience please contact: info@themodelproject.co.uk 

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Friday, 22 April 2011

Ross Marshall

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26 year old Ross Marshall takes over The Road Hole Restaurant. Featured in The Scotsman Magazine 9th April 2011.

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Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Fire Fire Fire

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Model: Kristina A @ The Look
Styling and Make Up: Jen Peffer @ Colours Agency

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Tuesday, 19 April 2011

Life is a Beach...

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Time for t-shirts....




Model: Samantha Davidson @ The Look Agency
Styling: Kat McSwein @ Colours Agency

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Ring Ring!

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Model: Claire Lawson
Styling and make up: Jen Peffer

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Monday, 4 April 2011

Teddies for Tragedies

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Few things get written on the walls here. Few things need to be or deserve to be. This past week has been yet another busy one, between the normal meetings and deadlines, photo shoots and video directing, I had the pleasure, nae, I had the privilege of spending some time with a very special group of women. The Nuns of St Davids in Dalkeith take part in a knitting group who spend a few hours each week knitting for 'Teddies for Tragedies.' Led by Sister Betty, the group knit the aforementioned teddies as well as hats, jumpers, blankets and more for donation to the Children of Africa. The hats and blankets help keep premature baby's warm in the cold African nights while the teddies are given to children who have nothing. In some cases the teddies and the bags they come in are the only possessions that these kids will ever have.

Here's the sales bit... Teddies for Tragedies isn't a charity, its simply a pattern. The pattern allows anyone, anywhere to make one of these teddies and in turn make a difference. If you're able, keen, or just a little interested in any of this please do check out the website below for information. Its not a big operation, but the work the groups all over the country and in fact all over the world (with branches in Australia to Canada) does, really makes a difference to some families in desperate need of a little help or comfort.

Young or old I say 'Vive la Révolution!' knitting's the new Nintendo.

http://www.teddiesfortragedies.org.uk/

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Hamish@HCampbellPhotography.co.uk

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