This is a blog post I have wanted to do for a while but needed some time to reflect on my London experience. I wanted some space to realize what I truly missed about London. My findings? I miss the ample amount of opportunities London offered. I could whisk away to a new play or museum any day. I miss the submersion of fashion I experience. The street style in London proved quite inspirational every day. The vintage stores were to die for! I miss my retreats to Hyde park. I miss walking down energetic oxford street. I miss J5 on the tube. I miss devouring a burrito at Benito’s Hat. Finally, I miss my London family! All of the girls that taught me so much and helped me grow as an artist and as a person. I am very thankful for this experience and I hope that I can return one day!
These first few images are instant film shots from my last day in London. Followed by all of my photography and videography work I produced at the London College of Fashion!
Marble Arch. This sat at the end of my road. I ♥ Edgware Road! The middle of Oxford Circus. You can see the London College of Fashion in this shot.
The swans in Hyde Park constantly took my breath away! These are some of the flowers that started to bloom in Hyde Park right before I left.
This is a photo of my last entrance into the London Underground. My last tube ride was from Piccadilly circus to Edgware Road.
And finally here is my final for my Fashion Image Creation course. The project is titled Daydream: An Unconscious Love Story. The piece had to feature six photographs and a 2 minute film. The project was inspired by the long distance relationship I had while I was in London.
Here is the film:
Here are the photographs that go along with the film:
London you will alway be in my heart 😉