Photos by the talented Viviane Sassen
Look at it all differently today
Magical Girls let me take photos of them... these are some of my cherished photos I've taken in the past :)
All of these stunning images are from Jock Sturges Facebook! He has been posting lots of great images from his archives lately, and they always send me to the floor. He's one of my favorite photographers, he really captures the feeling of whimsical, romantic summers and makes me want to curl up naked in a blanket on the beach.
These amazing pics are by Mariel Clayton, I cant stop staring.
Karen is so amazing... and the lighting is extraordinary
To die for... great make up too!!!
Packing for Vegas in my lil mess/guest room
YES! Short heeled YSL, thank you GOD!! Now I dont have to kill my feet or look like a basketball player.
Me gettin ready
Meredith, Leilani and Barbie Rawk
Im so excited for fall this year!
18 year old Mary Robinson is from Atlanta, GA, and studies at the art institute of Chicago. She is a photographer who uses only film and posts all her photos to a blog. Mary is extremely talented and for more reasons than the obvious beautiful photo. In an interview and in her postings she writes with an extremely humble voice, not even realizing the strength of her own talent. This only adds to the intrigue of her photos, her humble and insecure nature is reflected in the subjects and backgrounds, the direction and lighting, the mood and overall story behind her work.
The thing I love most about Mary's pictures is the incredible ability to bring you back to a certain moment, they give you that pre adolescent feeling of growing up in America, big, lush and often vacant, barefoot in the grass even in the fall. It's a feeling that is hard to describe but somehow described visually and perfectly through her photographs. Sometimes when I look at one of her photos long enough I have to catch my breath.
She has an incredible attraction to the human form silhouetted by light, often from windows or parking garages, streams of sunlight through the trees or reflection. She also doesn't over pose the subject at all, often the model lacks energy and seems subdued or pensive.
How do you feel when you look at these photos?
She often photographs what might be her pre-adolescent sister, Kimmy, who also has quite a unique face and adds an element of intrigue to the shot.
Visit her blog HERE http://maryvrobinson.blogspot.com