Splitting Image – 2: Black

This is another part 2 (!) of my short story, Splitting Image. Next post will be: the last part 2 and part 3! Read the beginning here: Part 1. Part 2: Purple. Splitting Image – 2: Black I step in.  Oh, why is this tunnel so different than it had looked from outside? So much…

Splitting Image – 2: Purple

This is one of the part 2s (!) of my new short story, “Splitting Image”. You can read part 1 here. I hope you’ll like it! Splitting Image – 2: Purple I step in.  This is strange. The tunnel is much brighter than it seemed from outside. It looks very sleek, and bends so you…

Splitting Image – 1

This is an illustrated, speculative and auto-fictional, short story! I hope you’ll like it! All the pictures were taken a year ago by Marco Vinagre in Kings Cross, London but coincidentally, my hair looks nearly the same colour today 🙂 Splitting Image – 1 I put my mask on, crawl carefully through the torn, cobwebbed…

Goth Dryads 2

After our gothic adventures in a forest, Alexis and I followed photographer Marina Bratunova (Also https://www.instagram.com/gimba_bra/) further into gothland. We discovered a very nice churchyard, and a river. Who thinks vampires can’t cross a river? Some of the pictures make me think of movie posters, don’t you think? They’re in Parties Learning lines in the rainSpecial effects…

Goth Dryads

For our FIRST EVER model collaboration, Alexis and I went to Richmond Park to meet the talented photographer Marina Bratunova (Also https://www.instagram.com/gimba_bra/) This time we decided to go full goth and added a few Horns in the process as a nod to the forest. Alexis and I visited Saisai Camden the day before, where we…

Bluetalism

Brutalist maze under a blue haze I promised more pictures from the Barbican photoshoot with capturingemotions.co.uk  in the previous article, Outpost, and here they are! A concrete opening for a cobalt opera Brutalism is an architectural style that started in the 1950s. Often massive, with concrete blocks prone to urban decay and fortress-like features, brutalist…

Those Red Lips

One summer evening in London, a ruined church and its garden hosted a new photo session with Olaf Szmidt from Capturing Emotions. Since I’m supposed to be a time traveling vampire, a reference to Dracula is only fitting, and this churchyard-like location might have been on the vampire’s list when he was living in London….