You've probably seen on Instagram, but I have been pretty excited about my recent photoshoot with the ridiculously talented Lean Timms. Lean is the master of light and shadow. A travel, lifestyle and food photographer, Lean's images are ethereal and enchanting. She has worked for the likes of Kinfolk, Design* Sponge, Australian House and Garden, Good Food, Hotel Hotel - and now Gingerfinch :-). Not bad company, huh! She lives in Canberra and she loves this city as much as I do. She's a seriously cool chick.
Anyway, I thought the best way to showcase her incredible work was to do a photo essay. I bet you'll love her work as much as I do!
We did the photoshoot at Canberra's Fitter's Workshop, a heritage-listed 1917 building that formed part of an industrial complex in Kingston. Its high ceilings and industrial feel were perfect for Lean's (and Gingerfinch's) aesthetic.
I was so busy (and having so much fun) throughout the shoot that I totally forgot to take some 'behind the scenes' shots. But I do have one sneaky image of the elusive Lean - well, her boots, anyway.
And Lean literally caught me mid-air as I bolted up and down the workshop (this shot cracks me up).
ok, I'll restrain myself... just a few more of my favs!