Fruity Fun with Shepy

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Couple of weeks ago I did a super fun and sticky shoot with Richard Shepherd, a photographer who I rate highly for his skills and also I consider him to be a genuine friend of mine. I always have a laugh with him, if he wasn't so busy I'd spend more time with him even if it just meant stalking his flat. So I had some epic Catalyst Latex items to model, 2 of which I had asked them to make because I <3 Neon and I also <3 Tartan!

Firstly I modelled my tartan dress, I'd found this Etsy shop in Hungary that makes plaid latex it can also create custom colours if it's required, I fell in love with it and asked Catalyst to make me a super foxy dress, I am really happy with the way it turned out and I'm glad I went for the Red/Blue colouring.

The second item I modelled was the gorgeous 'Dee La Blue' playsuit/romper! I'm so delighted to have a latex item named after me. Also onesies are especially good for me because they show off my bottom and my boobies and cover up the areas of my body that I'm not happy to have on display. There are also some very cute little Latex Riding Socks to match which are absolutely adorable! The whole ensemble is just very fun and very me and I am dying to shoot in it again sometime.

Ok, lastly here is where the fruit comes in. I LOVE Neon colours, no secret in that. My orange jumpsuit is amazing but I fancied dabbling with some lime, so I asked if it was possible to have a Neon Green swimsuit affair with lots of fruit all over it. Catalyst created something better than I thought possible. I took this to the shoot as well and squeezed lots of fruit over myself. Great fun but very messy.

If you're wanting any mental custom latex items, I highly recommend going to Catalyst first, the gals are great and they have went along with my mental ideas many a time. 

Shooting with Doug Durham

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Darn tootin' totally forgot about this shoot! Naughty naughty Dee! Last month I show with Doug Durham in the Studio of Light in Sunderland. It's an excellent varied studio, lots of sets, lots of props, only real complaint is that it's always freezing and the toilets are out of order, sure this will all be sorted in due course though. It's still an excellent place to shoot and the owners have always treated me with massive amount of respect.

I headed down to Sunderland one frosty December to shoot with Doug and the gorgeous foxy lady that is Sophie Land. She is an absolute stunner, sadly no pictures of us together where you can see our faces but take it from me she is an absolute fox. I didn't really head to the shoot with any specific images in my head that I wanted to get but Doug had some definite ideas. 

He is an awesome photographer, so enthusiastic and he brought a massive case of stuff for me and Sophie to have a rummage though. I found a stunning orange vintage bustier that fit me like a dream and Sophie found various items that made her knockers look fantastic. 

Doug specifically wanted to use natural light and use places in the studio that hadn't been use previously by other photographers for example a disused gents loo which is in the picture above. I think this is one of the first pictures of me that drew attention to the tattoo on my arm. 

Hopefully I will get to do a mother/daughter shoot with Doug sometime in the New Year, I'd also like to wish him and his lovely fiancĂ©e a huge 'Congratulations' as they got engaged over the festive period, in Paris! Romance x 1000! :)