Take a look at my sister’s modelling profile on this new networking website Portfora.
Photography by Rebecca Tun | 2012
Model: Elena Tun
Hair and MUA: Hollie Berry
During my sweeping visit back to Blighy in July (2013) I went to Wiltshire and experimented with taking video footage on a Canon 5DmkII with a Lensbaby Muse. Consequently here’s a little atmospheric semi-narrative music video for my friend Eigenfrequenz’s song ‘Frequenz 18: Zeitgeber’, starring Gestalta as (according to my ad hoc analysis) a “romantic but morbid girl, a bit of a loner, lost in her own world and somewhat obsessed with death” floating around in the swelteringly hot rural English summer meadows thinking dark thoughts.
“This may look whimsical… but I’m actually just expressing my obsession with death.” – Gestalta
The song name, ‘Zeitgeber’, means ‘a rhythmically occurring natural phenomenon which acts as a cue in the regulation of the body’s circadian rhythms’.
Someone to watch over me – Elena Tun
by Thomas Kimmerlin / Mighty Prod
assistant photographer Rebecca Tun
Shot in 1h @hotel europa, gare saint sauveur, Lille, France
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“Broken Doll” by Rebecca Tun | RedBubble on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/20621972
model is Ivory Flame
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As my recent fleeting visit to Blighty drew to a close, I had a whim – to suggest to my mother that we make a plaster cast of my rear end. For posterity, if you like. It was an experiment, and a success. It took three attempts. We learned a few things about plaster and bottoms. Anna Tun generally works in clay to cast in bronze. I’m in the early stages of putting together a new blog for her work. Continue reading
I did an interview a few months ago for a website called Street Voice. Since this is my long format blog, I’ll copy the text of the interview into this post. So you can read it here or on their website, where there are more pictures 🙂
Street Voice Introduction: Sometimes I come across bands, models and photographers I want to feature in Street Voice. Rebecca Tun is one of those people! After reading what Rebecca is all about I knew she’d feature well in the Street Voice pages. A stunning model and an equally brilliant photographer. A few questions were sent off to Rebecca and this is what she had to say for herself!
Street Voice: First off Rebecca can you tell our readers a little about yourself please?
I’m a model, photographer, all-round travelling arty freak, geek and ex-philosopher.
Street Voice: How come you decided that being a nude model was going to be the right path for you?
I fell into it after modeling for some art classes while I was a student. The nudity went without saying because it would have been odd not to use my whole body for modeling. And while I didn’t go into nude modeling with political motives (I didn’t come from a context where having no clothes on was a big deal), I’ve since learned that not everyone in the world has or feels the same freedom that I do; so I’ve gone from being neutral about it to feeling proud about sharing my nudity. Continue reading
…this diptych has been getting some attention recently: “self portrait IV – in which the model takes a self-portrait” – one of the very few self-portraits I ever attempted. A number of people have asked me why I don’t do self portraits habitually, being both a model and a photog. The simple answer is I don’t really know how to point the camera in the right direction or focus correctly. I have seen some amazingly impressive, immaculately styled and conceptualized selfie projects by profesh models, and I think in future I will leave it to the experts. I’m pretty much the one person in the world whom I’m NOT in a good position to take a picture of, logistically speaking. I hope that answers the question.