Hey guys!

Today marks the beginning of a new series on the blog where I'll be highlighting the work of a person who I've worked with over the years i.e. photographers, make-up artists, stylists, etc. The posts will be called Collaboration #tbt's (that stands for throwback Thursday, for the uninitiated ;)) and so you can expect a new one every Thursday ;)

First up, Sasha Hatherly aka Sasha H Photography.

Sasha Hatherly is a South African-bred, London-based photographer and retoucher who captures ethereal, dreamy and striking scenes and colours in fashion, nature and events.

We first met back in 2012 when I had just moved to South Africa and signed on to a new agency. The first order of business was of course some new basic photos and one of my first experiences shooting in a studio as well as in a hotel. She's  responsible for some of my favourite black-and-white photos which anyone who has been checking up on this blog or on any of my social media will know very well. Check it out! 

An old classic. Shot at the NMMU Photography Studios, Port Elizabeth. 2012.

An old classic. Shot at the NMMU Photography Studios, Port Elizabeth. 2012.

Shot at the NMMU Photography Studios. 2012.

Shot at the NMMU Photography Studios. 2012.

Khanyisa and I. Shot at The Paxton Hotel, Port Elizabeth. 2012.

Khanyisa and I. Shot at The Paxton Hotel, Port Elizabeth. 2012.

We shot many more great images, both in colour and black & white while I was with the agency, and she was really fun, patient and sweet the whole time. A pleasure to shoot with!

Sadly for me she moved to London the next year to carry on her photography/retouching business, but I still get to see her work online which is fine with me!

Some of my favourites**:

2012.

2012.

2013.

2013.

2013. Details as previous image.

2013. Details as previous image.

** Images taken from Sasha H Photography Facebook Page.

Keep up with Sasha on her social media pages:

Facebook: Sasha H Photography

Twitter: @Sasha_H

Instagram: @sashahphoto

 

Until next time, stay golden!

J.

xx

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