Photoshoot

Things were not feeling on the up that day. I almost cancelled the shoot, which had been booked with Fashion Rox two months before through Living Social. Turns out, however, that feeling vulnerable and despondent is actually a good thing on the day of a shoot with a bunch of professionals. Makeup by Jerry, Styling by Andrea, Photos by Enzo. Bless you, Enzo, you made me feel so at ease and the speed at which you worked did not give me time for capsizing too far into my head. It was fun and I got to say, I have never much looked forward to shoots if truth be known.

Only downside was that I had to choose the shots so quickly from the collection, because they do not keep them on their hard drive. Wish I had taken someone along with me to help me sort through them, in case I missed some goodies.

Hopefully the main head shot will be the shot I end up using on the back of my novel…yes…back to work now.

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