I had been scheming a creative photography trip to Cornwall with photographer Jeremy for some time and at the end of September it happened. We chose September as sunrise and sunset are at slightly more sociable hours. Luckily for busy little me J is an epic planner. He did a whole bunch of research into locations which meant we had plenty of options for amazing places places to shoot.
Sunrise at St Michaels Mount
There was something very satisfying about getting this set done and dusted, and then having breakfast at a hotel on the beach before most people had even started the day. We were a bit smug.
A little bit later in the day we were met by Jo Chatterley who kindly came along and dressed me in the most beautiful vintage dresses, acted as our tour guide, and was generally so awesome and helpful. I absolutely loved all of the clothing that she picked out for me.
Unlike the gorgeous golden light that we were given at sunrise, the evening quickly turned out a bit more, shall we say dramatic.
The next day and not quite as much of an early start at Perranporth beach as the tide was coming in. This sheer pink dress is definitely a favourite from my model wardrobe lately.
Our last shoot of the trip was well worth a hike up a sheep scattered hill so that I could own this rock. Conveniently this location was only a little detour on our drive back.
Photography – Jeremy H
I have admired Jeremy’s beautiful location photography for a long time, so it’s just really lovely to finally be a part of it.
Sadly I’ll be doing my last couple of location shoots of the year this month before taking a little break from the outdoors and getting into the warmth (I hope) of some photographic studios.