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Brave the Shave Macmillan Cancer Support

Brave the Shave

September 29th, 2017 Posted by Events, Portraits No Comment yet

Please come down to the Kyle Village Hall this Saturday the 30th between 7 and 9pm to watch Heather Proudlock BRAVE THE SHAVE in honour of her Dad, Brian Proudlock. He battled cancer four times before he passed away on 1st August 2017.

Her father’s life has inspired me to do Brave the Shave and try to raise funds for the charity.
There will be live Bongo playing a Raffle which has some amazing prizes including, Lunch for two at Kinloch Lodge, artwork by Jane McKenna and Vera Naessens, Harris Tweed handbag by Lou Lou Designs, a photoshoot with Krisp Camp Photography and many more. The official site for online donations is bravetheshave.Macmillan.org and search for Heather Proudlock to donate.

Hope to see you all there!

One-Act Festival 2017

March 6th, 2017 Posted by Events, Portraits No Comment yet

This years Scottish Community Drama One-Act Festival was held at Plockton High School and provided two nights of entertainment for all to enjoy. There were a variety of themes in this years productions from reflecting back on the life you have lived to the inner world of a single mother and while aspects of the plays could have heavy meanings all of them managed to carry comedic moments throughout. There were wonderfully creative sets which each team only had 10 minutes to set up and costumery that made the characters very recognisable in their roles. At the end of two wonderful night the adjudicator gave the winning trophy to “Flying with Swans” which was directed by Morag Amos, followed by Lochcarron’s “Last Panto in Lochcarron” directed by Dave Black and third was “Interior Designs” directed by Gill James. Here are some shots we took backstage before the performance.

                                    

Photo booth Fun

Somewhere at Greenman Festival

July 22nd, 2015 Posted by Events, Photography No Comment yet

In the SOMEWHERE FEILD at Greenman Festival in Wales kids and parents alike found themselves transported to the land of madness with our best photobooth yet! We had a fantastic selection of hats, capes, crazy sleeves, sunglasses, ray guns and lobster hands. The Somewhere Field is for teenagers, which is an age group that is often left out in festival planning, but of course parents are welcome and I think secretly they love it too and are happy to tag along. What set this photobooth off was not just the awesome costume selection but our background which was created by painting with light. We created this set up by using our customised marquee and asked people to select their crazy costumes, enter the marquee and strike a pose.

With the combination of dressing up clothes and our photographic handy work we created a unique experience that had excited kids and inspired adults into finding their inner child. All of the pictures were free to download after the festival so that everyone could share the images with their friends and parents, this was a massive success and we are looking forward to sharing the experience at more festivals.