All of our Wonga Beach House crew worked in this corner. It was a beyond awesome collection of masks arranged just so. I think Carlotta makes a great addition to the arrangement. ©Carson Zullinger 2017
While everyone was busy eating dinner at Mojo’s Bar and Grill… Titania and I solemnly swore we were up to no good… I started feeling like a juvenile delinquent looking at the church cross across the street…. I looked at Titania and wondered out loud what model would be cool with it and she got…
The danger of being another model passing by one of my shoots is that I’m going to ask you to jump in. It isn’t really a bad thing. 😉 Carly and Chey modeled great together. Thank you ladies!
I had so much fun working with Chey. She’s hilarious and kept me giggling. She was the perfect addition to the Aussies I keep collecting. It’s a hobby. But most of all, I’m really happy with the work we did. I hope you like the images too.
Tara and Titania worked hard on this series. Of course they make it look easy. Lucky to work with such talented artists. Copyright: Carson Zullinger 2018
When Ella and I were finished with our shoot, the sun was starting to set on these palm trees nicely and Jessamyn and Brooke weren’t doing anything, so we did this thing really quick.
An abandoned rusty car within a barren landscape. Model Tara Tree
My apartment had four really unusual triangular chairs to fit under a circular dining table. With a balcony to shoot over this montage with Brooke was the result.
One of the riches of making art in Far North Queensland is the lush tropical rainforest and all it’s abundance. The leaves are the largest I’ve seen anywhere. I managed to cut one that was low enough to reach for this group of images of Ella. After working with this leaf of course…
Taking respite from the heat and humidity of FNQ, Ella and I shot in my apartment with the A/C on, while sipping tea. A beautifully elegant pose from Ella.
ART doesn't make itself
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