Blue Roses @ Twin Peaks Studios

Blue Rose was made the day I built a big kaleidoscope to photograph through. Mainly intended for portraits, the kaleidoscope was first tested on the beautiful English roses in my garden, which were later transformed into these supernatural versions of David Lynch’s Twin Peaks Blue Roses you see below. ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Gordon Cole of the FBI…

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“Cristina’s composed, professional approach reassured me from our first meeting.
She showed immense patience as I fussed and changed my mind on countless occasions, calmly guiding me through the entire process, making valuable suggestions along the way.

Cristina has helped me create a beautifully clear and comprehensive website, propelling my work into the design world, it’s so nice to finally showcase my work through my website.

I am still able to email Cristina for support and advise which has been invaluable and have no hesitation in recommending Cristina to produce a website for you!”

–  Lara Sparey, www.larasparey.com

“Cristina was very professional and lovely to work with. She understood my brief straight away and delivered the look I was trying to capture in my work. She made me feel at ease on a busy and stressful day. I’ve already planned for another photoshoot with Cristina and looking forward to it.” Lindsey Gibbins, Hair & Make-up Artist

Four Ambrotypes With A Surreal Twist

The Daguerreotype by Edgar Allan Poe THIS WORD is properly spelt Daguerréotype, and pronounced as if written Dagairraioteep. The inventor’s name is Daguerre, but the French usage requires an accent on the second e, in the formation of the compound term. The instrument itself must undoubtedly be regarded as the most important, and perhaps the…

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