Last week I collaborated with colleague Aaron D. Stallworth for a Belly Paint Photo Shoot at Studio 5 South in Philadelphia PA. The expectant mommy is due in just a few weeks and she requested flowers that resemeble daffodils to be painted on her baby belly. Daffodil is the flower of the month for March. I used Mehron gold as a background and painted each daffodil a different bright color. The painting took about 1 hour to complete. I just love the look on the new mothers face when she looks at her newly decorated baby bump in the mirror, pure delight!! The images were captured by Photographer Aaron Stallworth in Philadelphia PA . Schedule your belly paint photo shoot session in Philadelphia today. We offer reasonable package pricing to capture your special moment!
Temple University in Philadelphia was celebrated with a recent body painting. The request was a body painted football jersey as a special gift for the clients boyfriend for Valentines Day! I used the actual image of the jersey to body paint on the client. Clothing is fun to body paint to give the illusion that clothes are being worn as opposed to painted on. I especially love that we were able to match the colors almost exactly and create the body painted image we were after. The painting took a total of 90 minutes to complete with a brush. After the body painting, we followed up with a professional photo shoot in Philadelphia with Aaron Stallworth Photography.
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I body paint even in earthquakes! Tuesday we did a shoot in Philadelphia PA where I painted a Philadelphia Eagles jersey on model Tierra at Aaron Stallworth’s Photography Studio in Philadelphia PA. We were situated on the top floor of the tall building as I was painting the back portion of the Eagles design,when I began to feel dizzy and things started swaying. It was an intense moment and neither myself or the model Tierra knew what had happened except that it appeared that the building had actually shifted and things were rattling in the studio. I wasnt sure if I should get out of there quick or stay. I didnt want to leave the model, as she was topless and not fully painted and I wanted to complete the design. After exteme anxiety for the remainder of the session, I did finish the body painting and I was very pleased with the results. I am glad that we didnt experience anything more than a little earth shake and I was doing something I love-painting 🙂
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