Thursday, 5 December 2013

F6.Studios Collaboration

One of the great things about F6.Studios is that we have a fantastic mix of creative types including designers, artists, printmakers and photographers, all with their area of specialism and able to help each-other out with their knowledge. Every now and again, an exciting collaboration comes along from our residents, and last Sunday there was a 1930's vintage-inspired shoot involving designers Bad Kitty Corsets (Kelly Jane Lamb), Melanie Kyles (yours truly), photographers Michael Gordon Photography (Michael McGuire) and Lucie Cox, as well as our model Millie Parker. The shoot was set at local hidden jem 'No.28' which is just in the entrance to the Grainger Market and provided the perfect backdrop with it's eclectic mix of seats, vine leaves, flowers and fairy lights. Not ones to waste the experience, we ordered some of their delicious potato skins (only £1.50!) and a couple of on-duty cocktails! 

Setting up at No.28

Setting up at No.28


Here are some sneaky behind the scenes shots of the photo-shoot...

Behind the scenes

More behind the scenes

And here are some of the final shots!

Millie 1

Millie 2

Millie 3

For more on our residents, here are some more links:

Bad Kitty Corsets (corset designer)

Michael Gordon Photography (photographer)

Lucie Cox (assistant photographer)

Email -

And if your in town check out the venue...

No.28. 27-29 Nelson St, Newcastle 


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