A feast-for-the-senses photographic adaptation of Bram Stoker’s original Dracula story from 1897.
I love creative collaborative photoshoots. Some of them I organize myself, some I’m just a part of. This one falls in the latter and was dreamed up by my uber talented friend Autumn Stankay of Skysight photography and her husband Bill Stankay.
In their adaptation of the story, Two of my gowns are worn by Lucy, the lead female character in Bram Stoker’s original Dracula story from 1897. The Cinderella Gown is a beaded wool and organic linen empire waist gown, and the Lucy Gown is a beaded wool, English net, and silk empire waist gown. I also made Dracula’s cape and the crystal and semiprecious stone cross Van Helsing offers to Lucy as protection.
I can’t even begin to fully highlight this story. Every image is a work of art.
See all the photos, credits, and the storyline on their Blog.