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Crafty, creative, adventurous and joyful are just some of the words I could use to describe this shoot! It was shot at the "Happy Place" pop-up exposition. Basically, you go through a series of rooms all designed to make you happy!
Happy Place was also the set for the music video titled "Friends" by the famous Marshmello ft. Anne Marie (youtube.com/watch?v=X-x7eZOdBFM). The photographer Shell was wonderful: easy to work with and she has a stunning eye for focus and depth of field. Her keen instincts for photography and editing skills has landed 4 photos from this shoot in a printed magazine: Piction! 

Photographer: Shell Hofstadter

Hair & Makeup: Lindsay Mistretta

Taken: April, 2019

Worked Together: 1x

This was a temporary art installment in the Boston Seaport. "The Loop is comprised of six illuminated, moving cylinders which play music and animations. Take a seat in these giant circular structures, pump the handlebar, and watch a story unfold. Beautiful images inspired by fairy tales come to life in an animation that is visible from inside or outside The Loop. The speed at which the images move, the frequency of the flickering, and the tempo of the music are determined by how fast you move the lever." (bostonseaport.xyz/venue/the-loop)
So cool, great to experience this bit of artwork and work with Oleg again!

Photographer: Oleg Krysko

Taken: February, 2019

Published: Horizont Magazine August 2019

Worked Together: 2x

A dynamic duo captured these photos: a husband and wife! After her success in New York, Jonette is in Boston sharing her talents as a makeup artist and hair stylist. She has a warm personality and expert training that was evident in her professionalism and execution. Her attention to detail is spot on and she pays close attention from start to finish. Her husband and photographer Ludger has a calm and collected personality that brings out your best in  your photos. He gives constant feedback and encouragement that makes you feel confident and supported. I would be thrilled to work with both of them again. To prospective brides: Jonette will take care of you, play a fun playlist, laugh with you and share in your joy. You will feel and look like you're out of a fairy tale.  

Photographer: Ludger Jaegerskuepper

Hair & Makeup: Jonette Joy

Taken: February, 2019

Published: Northside Magazine

Worked Together: 1x

Believe it or not, this is from the same shoot day above! Besides having great editorial looks, with Spring blooming, we knew it was the perfect time to do a bridal shoot! The contrast and execution of the two looks really showed me the range and ability that Jonette and Ludger have. 

To see the publication of this shoot, visit New Face Magazine (pages 36-39).

Photographer: Ludger Jaegerskuepper

Hair & Makeup: Jonette Joy

Taken: February, 2019

Published: New Face Magazine

Worked Together: 1x

What a fun shoot! After Elizabeth did my hair & makeup, I was all dolled up & ready to go! Oleg was a fun, professional and talented photographer. He conversations made it clear he's dedicated to improving his craft and as you can see does beautiful photography and editing. I had a blast and look forward to doing another shoot with him!

"Elyse is beautiful model. She is very creative and have a lot of positive energy. She is experienced model. She is very natural with posing and it makes my work easy as a photographer. Great personality." - Oleg

Photographer: Oleg Krysko

Hair & Makeup: Elizabeth Ravelson​

Taken: October, 2018

Worked Together: 1x

 
 

Photographer: Tim Webber

Taken: January, 2019

Worked Together: 1x

Published Date: April, 2019

Publication Type: Print & Website - Marti Magazine

Pages 56-59 (available in preview on Marti)

For this photo shoot, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Art Smart and Following Boston teamed up to provide a collaborative meetup night where photographers, models and anyone interested in art could meet and create together. I met the bright and talented Tim Webber and off we went! We had a great time shooting in the temporary exhibit for William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects. It was a lovely idea and I hope they do one again!