Recently I shot the Post Apunkalyptic Style feature for the Fall 2016 Issue of Auxiliary Magazine and it was a fun feature to put together! One of my favorite models, Kayte Kz came in from New York City for it. I have been working with Kayte for years and it’s always a pleasure to build a working relationship with someone and work with them on many projects over time. You already know how each other work and if you’re a great fit, it can make the shoot feel effortless.
This Sheer Terror Style feature for Auxiliary Magazine’s Spring 2016 Issue was a little bit different than past ones I have shot. I have been shooting the Style feature for the last few issues of Auxiliary and this time around we decided to go with photos where the model is smiling. Not very common in fashion photography where things tend to be more serious but the detail upper body shots for this feature allow for some playfulness. The focus of this Style feature is sheer clothing and the overall styling had a faint 90s vibe that really paired well with smiling and laughing photos.
Back in July I shot the Rockabilly Rebel Style feature for Auxiliary Magazine’s Summer 2016 Issue. Shannon Kramp, Auxiliary’s Fashion Editor, styled this installment and Meagan Hendrickson, Auxiliary’s original Fashion Editor, modeled. It was fun having Auxiliary fashion old and new united! Meagan was a perfect fit for the Rockabilly Rebel look which focused on rockabilly fashion with a rebellious, tough, dark edge. Working at rockabilly fashion and pinup store Cats Like Us and writing her gothy blog Coffin Kitsch meant this style was right up Meagan’s alley. We like to feature models in Auxiliary that really fit the look and even embody it as lifestyle is a big part of Auxiliary too.