After two months of indoors isolation, we finally got a chance to go out. Of all the things I missed, being out in nature is what I longed for the most. It's been raining continuously here for the past two days, and it's just wonderful. So I took my camera and went out for a little walk and got some elderflowers and some acacia too.
The audio gets a bit funky at some point (sorry about that) and it's not the best montage, but it's as good as I could make it with Windows Photos app. 😀
One warm October afternoon I met with Adam at Kew Gardens to experiment with some portraits. Having nothing specific planned we just improvised on the spot, so most of the images are not much connected to each other, rather seem to be bits and pieces of different storylines. It was a fun way to shoot and as it often happens, other ideas sparked from this first meeting.
One of my favourite things to photograph for the V&A are the family performances. They are fun and joyus and interactive and you'll love them even if you're not age appropriate.
Below are a few behind the scenes images from a pop-up performance covered for them about Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and a dog called Jim.