They weren’t exactly whispers, but they weren’t screamed at the top of her lungs either. Flamboyant and pensive in the same moment as she danced and glided in and through the North Vancouver landscape; rich tropical plants scattered about in full season, deep wood grains helped earth the mood and combined with the essence of her smile. It was magic only a goddess could en-capsule. It was a haze a romantic essence alone could endure.
I’ve taken Ajlina’s photograph before, which if you’re a regular on this fotoblog, you’ve seen ‘Lina is a Punk Rocker.
‘Lina’s a professional. She knows what she’s doing, she was comfortable, she was fun, and she was full of ideas. The amount of clothes we had to go through of hers blew my mind. She’d just pull out things she hadn’t ever even worn before.. Oh, and you can also meet her cute little dog. I’m pretty sure the dog tried to hump my leg a few times..
We did this shoot in London, indoors, on one of my last nights in Europe in 2012. It was all shot with a 50mm f1.8 and my trusty Canon T1i. We also drank a few bottles of wine and devoured a pizza with her roomate.