Photo & Video
Posted by Paul Drury
27. Apr, 2012
Charley is a self-taught photographer who has been shooting on film since she was six. She says that seeing an image in her mind and being able to make it a reality is what motivates her to keep taking photos and learning.
Charley’s currently dabbling in infrared photography and experimenting with ways to incorporate this into her fashion and art shoots.
You can see more of Charley’s digitial and film work (along with the occasional photo of her latest Mickey Mouse jumper or beanine) here:
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