The theme of the shoot was quite dark and a little unusual, and we had a slaughtered pig on set as well as a butcher with a lot of big knives! The photos were taking place in the middle of a boxing ring, with the butchers table and pig! I tried my best not to get too close to the pig.
The whole studio was filled with smoke and it gave an awesome atmosphere. The rest of the team were all lovely, and we got on so well and had a really fun day.
I know the photos are rubbish quality, but they are just candid shots taken on my phone throughout the day. I love being able to look back on these, as they jog my memory to certain points on set that I would otherwise forget, and hopefully they are interesting for you to see as well, as you get to see all the bits that you aren't meant to see in the final images.
Above is said pig and butcher, as you can see this set of images were meant to be quite dark and twisted, both of the models had matching outfits and hair, to create the look of twins. I do want to add that the pig wasn't wasted, Charlie did cut it up and the onsite chef took the meat to be used.
George the chef did a wonderful job of keeping the crew and all visitors fed all day long, with a multitude of lovely food, if there were any breaks during the shooting you could find most of us huddled around the kitchen counter waiting for risotto balls to come out of the fryer!
One of the lovely models with a rather frizzy hair-do.
The day went really well, the crew were fab but after spending 8 hours on my feet, I was knackered and couldn't wait for my bed, shame it took me 2 hours 20 mins to get home! Annoying traffic!!
Don't forget to check back soon to see some of the final images!!