portrait

Sarah “Bindikat” Alden

Time with the timeless.

Sarah Alden

The Studio Brunswick
April, 2011

New Folk – Shoot #2

New Folk photo shoot #2

The Studio Brunswick
April 2011.

Melbourne New Folk – Shoot #1

Melbourne New Folk are ramping it up.

Don’t know what New Folk is? Haha! Time to get your finger back on the pulse…

 

Alla Studio

Photoshoot with Alla

The Studio, Brunswick. January, 2011.

Kelly Yoga etc

Kelly

The Studio, Brunswick.
Melbourne. November, 2010.

Movember 2010

Selfportrait study of my mo on my face and my head in space.

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Vanessa

Vanessa

The Studio, Brunswick.
Melbourne. November, 2010.

Darkness behind me
Knowledge inside me
Light ahead
Paint me red!

Passion that drives me
Love that guides me
See me
Emerge.

Canon EOS 5D
EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L @45mm
1/125 sec at f/11, ISO 200

Wait!

From whence I just came?
I swear it was me.

Is this the flight of angels?

Canon EOS 5D
EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L @34mm
1/125 sec at f/11, ISO 200

I’m here
I know I am
I can see me
Here I am.

And there is space
Around me
Up, down, left, right
Everywhere.

Nice and simple, isn’t it?

Vanessa

The Studio, Brunswick.
Melbourne. November, 2010.

Canon EOS 5D
EF 24-70mm f/2.8 L @34mm
1/125 sec at f/11, ISO 200

Leslie Saussereau

Another couchfurfer, Leslie Saussereau (from Normandy, France), having a cup of tea and telling me how much she hates being in front of the camera. I assure you she did not suffer long :)

I was quite curious when she said that she had studied philosophy and that she actually felt it was not only applicable but actually helpful in/with her life. There must be a fundamental difference in the way philosophy is taught in France compared to Australia, since I have never heard a philosophy student suggest that their studies had any kind of practical application or relevance to their own life.