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This Sunday 4th August I will be setting up my outdoor pop-up
studio at Dungeness RNLI Lifeboat Station offering free portrait
sittings as part of their annual Open Day fundraiser.
All are welcome.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea..

"It happened at the Boot Fair" an ongoing photography project,
in search of Elvis...

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All photography copyright Wendy Carrig ©2018 All Rights Reserved

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The continuing story of the Grey Dress...
No.25 Barbora Dlaskova at Established Models
No makeup, no retouch, natural beauty
Freshface, natural hair by Britta D at Carol Hayes Management
Fashion styling - self-styled by Barbora
Extra thanks - Jo Bell, Julie Stewart, A&R Production
Photography by Wendy Carrig at A&R Creative agency
All photography copyright Wendy Carrig ©2018 All Rights Reserved

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The continuing story of the Grey Dress...
No.24 Leila Zandonai at Next Models
No makeup, no retouch, natural beauty
Freshface, natural hair by Britta D at Carol Hayes Management
Fashion styling - self-styled by Leila
Extra thanks - Jo Bell, Julie Stewart, A&R Production
Photography by Wendy Carrig at A&R Creative agency
All photography copyright Wendy Carrig ©2018 All Rights Reserved

#portraitphotography #popupstudio2017

This Sunday 12th August I will be setting up my outdoor pop-up
studio at Dungeness RNLI Lifeboat Station, offering free portrait
sittings as part of their annual Open Day fundraiser.  All welcome.
The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea..

 

Women protestors at Greenham Common Peace Camp 1985.

As a photography student I stayed at the camp, documenting life around
the campfire as part of my final year project. I was only
there a few weeks, but in that time I experienced daily evictions,
slept in makeshift tents in sub-zero temperatures, had bricks thrown
at me, and witnessed at first hand the enormity of a cruise missile
convoy. The camp was disbanded two years later when, as a result of
the women's protest, the cruise missiles were removed.
Greenham women, like many other women's protest groups, followed on
from the legacy left to them by the Women's Suffrage Movement. After
years of protesting the suffragettes finally achieved their ambition
in obtaining votes for women on the 6th February 1918, one hundred
years ago today.
 
All photography © Wendy Carrig

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'It Happened at the Boot Fair'
Happy Birthday Elvis!