Hopefully by now, you have all heard about my first solo photography exhibition ‘Earthy Creatures‘ which takes place in Filmbase, on Tuesday March 1st at 19:00.
On the lead up to the exhibition I have been documenting a few of the mini-projects I have been working on while getting ready for the photography exhibition. This gives you a glimpse into how much thought, work and detail I put into my work, not just my photography but minute details such as the colour and texture of the paper on my invites. It’s easy to do a job well but to excel & stand out, you have to do mix it up and do things differently. I paid visit to a number of stationary shops around Dublin to find the best material I could for the invites. I wanted quality paper that had texture and strength for when people received their invites.
Rich & Luxurious hand made invitations
Everything to do with the series/exhibition I wanted to include my earthy theme throughout. You can see this by having a look the competition I ran last week in Dublin too. Every invite had a leaf hand glued to the paper it was typed on. Gold ribbon was tied around each invite for a rich exclusive touch. A few weeks before the making of the VIP invites, I requested my very own wax stamper/sealer to be created in Canada with my photography logo engraved on it. I wanted these invites to feel very personalised, rich, to ooze luxury and above all, stand out from the crowd. I’m really happy with how they’ve come out.