Tag Archives: scotland

“A woman’s face is her work of fiction.” ― Oscar Wilde

© Ian McInnes | Sept 2014
model Rebecca Tun
Contrast Studio, Glasgow, UK

I think I’m having a bit of trouble with my lifestyle…

© stratographic | Sept 2014
Glasgow, UK

the waxing and waning of the sun…
windowlit nudes by husband and wife team Figure and Form at Pavilion Studio in Edinburgh, UK
September 2014

bird of paradise

© stratographic | Sept 2014
Glasgow, UK

I like wearing silky tights. So much easier than moisturizing.
© stratographic | Sept 2014
Glasgow, UK

‘3 of me’ – impeccable style choices
© stratographic | Sept 2014
Glasgow, UK

‘you know you’re right’ © Ian McInnes
at Contrast Studio – Glasgow, UK
Sept 2014


I’ve just returned from my grand 3-week UK tour. It was coo! 
Among other things, I’ve been a lascivious lion with luxurious long locks and a lady of leisure in London, wielded weird and wonderful wrenches in Walsall, clambered in the cold on a crumbling castle in Conwy whilst in the Welsh wilderness, stopped in Stockport to stand in the hallowed halls of Hallam Mill, morphed into a menacing military maiden and a magnificent monarch in Middlesbrough, skimmed the skirt of Scotland, gliding through Glasgow to gather the gossip and lingering in the languid light of lodges in Lothian, then swooped down south to hold helmets in Henfield, wayfared through waves to the Island of Wight where I flouted formalities on floating furniture, shimmied and splashed in the Somerset sands, wading in Weston and eventually evading an effervescent effigy on the bleak beaches of Bridgwater.
A big thank you to everyone who fed, clothed, housed and entertained me during my mini adventure.

from yesterday, Sept 15th, at Contrast Studio in Glasgow by fashion photographer Ian McInnes