Sunday, February 10, 2013

Abby Schultz Photography

This past weekend I had the opportunity to meet and take photographs with Abby Schultz. I've been following her photography for a while now, and we finally had the opportunity to get together! Abby is very talented, and she's pursuing photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design next year. We styled this shoot together, using Abby's wigs and my clothing & accessories. I took some shots of Abby, and Abby took some shots of me, as well as some shots of both of us. All of the photos in this post were taken and edited by Abby! I love how her images turned out! Incredible! Be sure to check out her Flickr photostream and "like" her on Facebook.
I made this six-fingered claw this past summer at a pre-college program at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Wigs, Aldo. Top, Dress, vintage Laurence Kazar. Pants, Ann Taylor Loft. Sunglasses, gifted to me from Giant Vintage. Sequin Crown, Joann's. Flower headband, handmade by me (for sale on my Etsy). Lipstick, MAC Paintstick in "Cyan" and "True Chartreuse." 

9 comments:

  1. I looooove that second photo, it's so hypnotic and whimsical! Awesome shoot :D

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  2. Lovely photos! And that glove is just awesome :) Just discovered your blog, and we think it's wondeful! Congratulations!
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  3. All the pictures are amazing!! I love this photoshoot *-*

    Fashionably Sparkly

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  4. Stunning photos, I love sequins, so this is a real delicious treat for me :)
    The six-fingered claw is genius, I bet lady gaga would pay good money for something like that...xXx

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  5. You are just too magical ! I love your sense of style and creativity... WONDERFUL girl
    Aminta

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  6. all the pictures were amazing i especially loved the 3rd one <3
    -Illyana
    doublepierceme.blogspot.com

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  7. I absolutely adore the gloves they gave you! I would have those for myself! Tell Abby I wish her luck on her career! She's obviously wondrously talented!

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  8. you are so cool, I love the way you are able to mix patterns, and the Frieda Kholo inspired stuff. you should give some advice on how to work it like you do.

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