We are so lucky to have yet another lovely photoset starring the incomparable, curvy beauty, Natasha, this week!! She’s decked the halls and now she’s ready to be the belle of the ball in these New Years themed photos!
2018 has been a transitional year. It has been the uncomfortable growing stage in between leaving a past self behind and becoming a new creature. It has been hard and it has been a journey but ultimately it has been worth it.
The biggest change in my life this year was leaving my soul-sucking, 9-5 office job for a more creative career path. I have had some of my best photoshoots, both in front of and behind the camera and worked with a whole plethora of new and wonderful people! I made a fabulous new costume for one of my favourite performers, Laura Desiree. I celebrated the marriage of two of my dearest friends. I got a new, badass tattoo of my idol Tura Satana from my girl Suspiria! And to top off the whole year I move back into my apartment after nearly a year of extensive renovations!
I am now in the process of setting up Dolly Shots Studio for 2019 and I am so excited to share it with you! Stay tuned next year for lots more fabulous-ity and beauty!
This week I have another lovely photoset for you from my shoot with Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy! This time I am donning the “Vintage Toys” skater dress. The incredible prints used in these dresses were designed by Gloomth’s Taeden Hall from a composite of her own found objects. I am so blown away by the creativity she brings to Gloomth through her designs, drawings, and photography. Taeden is truly a multitalented creator with an unending supply of twisted ideas and it’s always such a joy to work with her!
I’ve been a busy bee for the past few months doing lots of shoots, both in front of and behind the camera, and I’m ready to get back to posting regularly here at Classically Curvy!
To start off, I had a lovely time modelling for the alternative fashion brand Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy in a few of their classic skater style dresses. The first look was this whimsical “Doll Hospital” dress. We were lucky enough to find the perfect setting in front of an out of commission ambulance to shoot this look.