A wonderful piece of vintage kitchenalia
My Dolly mixer is a firm feature of my kitchen. She has stood the test of time in engineering, design and performance. Dolly was also the first gift my husband bought me (I’m sure the feminist in me should have been outraged – at least it wasn’t a hoover) but as a professional cook and baker it was the perfect present.
Not only did she come with the original kenlyte cream bowl, she also had a host of other accessories, one particularly rare and a few that are still in their original packaging.
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The Move & Nourish photoshoot was a beautiful experience with a beautiful lady. Aimie and I wanted to capture light, love and nourishment with a golden hour shoot. A stunning evening in Guivelivet park provided the natural setting.
I used the natural light to create the desired lens flare as a backdrop to Aimie showcasing her yoga moves.
The other shoot was a time to capture snippets of Aimie that she could use for social media and to add to her image collection for the website.
This lady is pure sunshine, which is what I hope the shoot captured both in her and the surroundings.
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