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📷 Aishling Knox - Aussie Winter

model // aishling knox (tamblyn)
photography // dave blake

hair & makeup // jessica cagney
styling // hayley cannon
produced by // saltylife collective

🎥 Kirsten Clemens - 'Left Hand Free' (video)

A short film starring Kirsten Clemens. Tunes by https://soundcloud.com/johnsonsomerset/alt-j-left-hand-free-johnson-somerset-remix . Styling by Hayley Cannon & Hayley Rosa. Hair & Makeup by Jessica Cagney.

🎥 kirsten clemens - sunset (video)

🎥 kirsten clemens - sunset (video)

A short sunset film by Dave Blake (@daveblakephoto) starring Kirsten Clemens, at Miami Beach, Gold Coast Australia. Hair & makeup by Jessica Cagney. Styling by Hayley Rosa and Hayley Cannon. Original music by @mattymanuva, 'The S-Trumpeter (Holding On).

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📷 millicent lambert - somewhere in paradise

model // Millicent Lambert (Viviens)
photography // dave blake
hair & makeup // brook carter
 

📷 audrey bradford - forest nymph

model // audrey bradford
photography // dave blake
hair & akeup // chelsea brown

📷 maddy maltby - sunset swim

model // maddy maltby
photography // dave blake
hair & makeup // jessica cagney

lori mckenzie cafe racer (viviens)

model // lori mckenzie
photography // dave blake
hair & makeup // jessica cagney
agency // viviens model management
location // mostyn industries
 

abbey maher (viviens, balistarz) life's a beach

model // Abbey Maher (Vivens, BaliStarz)
photography // Dave Blake
styling // Hayley Cannon (One Life Style)
hair & makup // Barbie V
location // bondi beach, sydney australia

audrey bradford (IMD Inc*| Mavrick Agency) chasing waterfalls

model // audrey bradford
photography // dave blake
hair & makeup // chelsea brown
agency // MD Inc, Mavrick Agency
location // protesters falls to byron bay

More images to come - pending outcome of magazine submission (status: shortlisted).
— Dave

jordie shennan (chadwick, shear, que) 📷 video

model // Jordie Shennan (Chadwick, Shear, Que)
photographer // Dave Blake

surfer girl - davina drinan

Another super fun photoshoot with the amazing Davina Drinan.  No hair and makeup in this shoot.  Yes, this is how she wakes up every day.  Enjoy!

Davina grew up surfing and playing guitar from a young age.  Inspired by artists such as Tracy Chapman, Joni Mitchell and old crooners like Billie Holliday, she brings a jazzy folk charm that warms listener’s hearts.  Her family’s old guitar served her well whilst in her school years, but she went on to study business and massage therapy as she was drawn to help others heal their bodies.  Davina then went on a rollercoaster journey of bringing her incredible daughter into the world and immersed herself as a mother and nurturer of this little being.  During this time, Davina experienced fatigue and unfortunately this joyful time was marred with lack of vitality.  With eye opening realisations came a persistence to create her life as she desired.  The silver lining has been evident in the inspiration that comes with doing what she loves and following her dreams despite challenges.  During this time, Davina trained as a competitive surfer and gleaned from World Champions like Cheyne Horan and Trevor Hendy.  She explored big wave tow-in surfing, sharing waves with Cheyne, Trevor and Kelly Slater.  Stand up paddling was also a passion that Davina enjoyed and competed at the national level.  Nowadays, Davina’s love affair with the ocean is evident as she glides by on her 1970’s twin fin.   Falling in love with surfing all over again in a way she never expected, her retro board gives her a new avenue to experience the ocean and builds her admiration of her surfing ancestors.  With a stoked smile likened to her first few waves, Davina loves every minute she is wrapped in the ocean’s loving arms.

You can follow her on http://www.davinadrinan.com/

I have learned that the clearer I am on what I want, the better I feel. When I haven’t felt clear, I’ve created an intention to feel clear, then start making decisions based on the things that I do know.
— Davina Drinan

Gear used: Nikon D800 with Nikon 70-200 VR II @ f3.2-4.0

Author: Dave Blake