October 16, 2010

So, I just got back from London. When I arrived on 10/10/10 it was sunny, with a cool breeze. I was slightly less sunny in my disposition, having come straight from work onto the plane, and then straight from the airport to the Toni&Guy Photographic Awards/World Release of Project 10. Sasha Mascolo, and my boss Laini Reeves, invited me to come, so I had no intentions to disappoint. The show and awards were at Battersea Power Station, a decommissioned coal-fired power station located on the south bank of the River Thames. There were 3 to 4 giant tents set up and the model prep was well underway by the time I got there around 2pm. I felt like death, probably looked like death, maybe I even inspired people to want to die after catching sight of me. This although, did not deter the crew from welcoming me with open arms and making sure I had plenty to do backstage, getting to work along side some of the best in the industry, including Gary France, Cos Sakkas and Efi Davies. The show was flawless, the new collection is great, and I was glad to be even a small part of it. The show was followed by a week of courses at the Toni&Guy academy. Here are some of the pictures I was able to quickly snap within the madness. Check them out, they are in no particular order.

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  • jinshin
    October 16, 2010 at 11:39 am

    nice!!im glad u came back with its energy to share w/ us here in melrose fortress

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