I tend to update my website at least twice a year. This gives me the chance to not only add new content to the portfolio itself, but it also allows me to add or take away features where necessary. To add to that, it allows me to streamline the design and coding. My previous update though was uploaded almost two years ago. My only excuse for this is that I have spent a lot of time this year setting up a new studio in London, and also far too long adding hidden cat references into blog posts.
The main design is still pretty similar. The landing page is still where I post my editorial and lookbook work, the focus being on the fashion, and with more full length imagery.
Bookii has been kept the home for beauty work, focussing on the makeup, hairstyling, and on jewellery.
Bookiii I am open to admit needs more development. It is where I focus on more conceptual work. To be honest, the last two years my work has been more focused elsewhere. I have recently been thinking more about working towards personal and more complex projects like those found here.
I updated this page to reflect the rest of the website. Now the images dynamically adjust to the website size, whereas they didn’t before. The images should fit almost any but the largest of screensizes.
My website has lacked an About section for a number of years. Although I like reading into other photographers About sections, I’ve never felt so comfortable creating one myself. I felt in this day and age, people like to know who they are working with beforehand, so I decided to add this. I also placed past clients here in a bid to advertise myself.
Judging by Google Analytic’s statistics, no one has come across the page I have hidden yet.