It Seemed Incredibly Normal to Stand Around Unburdened by Clothes

“It’ll be ok, I told myself that morning, I’m sure Esther will reassure us, tell us what to do, she’ll make it all work. Then there was train trouble at King’s Cross and I ended up rushing in after they’d all started. So in the end my preparation was getting undressed and walking into aContinue reading “It Seemed Incredibly Normal to Stand Around Unburdened by Clothes”

Expectation & Collaboration – of a model & an artist

Feedback answers from Charlie who both modelled and photographed a) Did it live up to your expectations? Spirited Bodies 5 certainly did live up to my expectations, and in some ways exceeded them as well. It was lovely being a homogenous part of the group. I was somewhat unsure of my capability to hold aContinue reading “Expectation & Collaboration – of a model & an artist”

A Feeling of Intimacy & Communion

“A feeling of coming together, sharing in intimacy and real connection more pure and truthful than many everyday personal exchanges”, this is a quote from Kim, one of our models at Telegraph Hill, 21/3/12.                                   by Francis Wardale, ” For most of the time I tried to draw the whole group – taking advantage inContinue reading “A Feeling of Intimacy & Communion”

Sylvie’s Project; Naked Unbreakable!

It was really exciting to be back for another Spirited Bodies event. So many things happened since the last one… I couldn’t believe it… I felt a bit stressed after a busy day and I arrived a bit late so I didn’t have the time to talk with my fellow models. Once my dressing gownContinue reading “Sylvie’s Project; Naked Unbreakable!”

Before and After; the Vulnerability of being Naked

Firstly I would like to thank you both for hosting such a splendid evening. Well done indeed and please sign me in for the next one! It was great to be part of such an event. Everyone was so nice and I was very surprised how quickly the nerves dissappeared. I was also surprised at howContinue reading “Before and After; the Vulnerability of being Naked”