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Stills Photographer on set for the filming of Rachel the Film by Karen Anstee. Great to be part of the documenting how the film was made with images. The short film also promotes Women in working in and around the Film Industry.
I was asked to help re-design a Charity website in Singapore that provides help and support to the carers of those with mental illnesses.Caregivers Alliance.
Yvanne also blogs on food and "all that tastes" at YT Tastes.
A good artist friend of mine has set up his new website. Looking for portrait to be painted? He does commission work as well! Please visit his website for more information and to view some of his work.
The Kingdom of the Thunder Dragon, Bhutan, will be the next focus for Yvanne's photography. Follow her on her photography & design blog as she travels to this unspoilt country in the Himalayas in search of beautiful landscapes and culture. Touted as the country who measures their prosperity in Gross National Happiness instead of GDP, the forth coming experience will be very illuminating! Yvanne will be travelling with Amala Destinations on this journey.
Imago Corporis: familiar images of the body seen with a twist. As part of Photomonth held in Shoreditch, London, an exhibition of photos was held in the shop window of the London Osteopathy Clinic near Old Street. The images have been collated in a photobook which can be purchased in hard or soft copies.
A journal of images of the wedding day of a couple rather than the typical stereo-type photographs. The images have been collated in a photobook for the couple and their guests.
Photographs showing the Funeral of a Balinese Princess. The images have been collated in a photobook for family.
Body Symmetry: images of the human body depicting their symmetry in body, attire and poses. The models chose to depict their occupation or sport. The images have been collated in a photobook which can be purchased in hard or soft copies.
The images of this exhibition have been collated in a photobook which can be purchased as a hard copy book. The main section of the exhibition is a wall display of laughing portraits, the intention was to influence the mood of the viewers as the photographs were exhibited in the Gestalt Clinic, a psychotherapy and counselling clinic providing professional services as well as training. A variety of other images were also displayed to help focus or relax users of the training rooms.