Art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
Our first full team shoot will be based around the appreciation of art. A make-up artist, Amanda Brinkley, and I will be doing full make-up for each of you for this shoot! You will need to come with a clean face, your hair done, nails done and dressed in your approved shoot outfit. There will be some downtime as we do make-up so plan to come ready to hang out and have a few snacks! Here are all the details:
Please look over these details and get an idea of what outfit you plan to wear. Text me your idea so I can make sure we have a good mix. Then, when you have all the pieces, send me a pic!
Celebrate Team Shoot #1
Date: Thursday, May 23, 2018
Time: 3pm (or as early as you can!) – Come dressed with your hair done!
Where: SmART Gallery (210 N Queen Street, Kinston)
Dinner: Pizza! I would love to take y’all for pizza at Sugar Hill after the shoot. I will hopefully get us to dinner by 7:30pm!
What to wear???
Colors: burgundy, deep oranges, golden yellow, denim blues and turquoise.
Patterns: florals and stripes
Style: Bohemian Hipster (I may have made this up)
Outfits options I’m looking for:
- Long sleeves, shorts and black tights
- Flowing skirts with vintage tees or regular t-shirt, knotted or tucked in
- Patterned wide-leg or skinny pants with solid long sleeve or short sleeve shirts,
- High waisted jeans and bell bottoms
Do not wear: tank tops (unless you do a sweater or jacket over), off-the-shoulder shirts, jean shorts, leggings, tops that show too much cleavage or your tummy – keeping it modest, y’all 🙂
Hair – loose locks, braids, scarves, headbands, long and straight, messy buns
Shoes – sandals, boots, sneakers
Accessories: pocketbooks, whimsical necklaces, earrings, rings, sweaters, stylish light jackets, button-up long sleeve shirts and sunglasses to accessorize and layer. I will have some accessories you can use, too!