In Front of The Lens

| December 4, 2019 | 0 Comments

by Stylishly Aubree Lynn


Stylishly Aubree Lynn (left) is photographed with model Debbie Corley. Clothing is by House of Daughtry, purses by Shop Embrace, and photo by Crystal Reed of Studio Salty. Aubree Lynn’s make up is by Joanna Camargo, and hair by Brianna Murphy.

It’s rare that I spend my day in front of the lens, but this day was kind of special. 

I started out this particular morning selecting clothes and jewelry for a photo shoot to take place later in the afternoon. Then I had to get ready and head over to 656 Photography Studio. There some of the team members were getting professional headshots by an amazing photographer, Louie Gonzalez.  This had been scheduled due to an editorial photo shoot for Keel Magazine.

It was perfect scenario for me because Joanna Camargo and Brianna Murphy did my make up and hair.  Then I was ready for a day of posing in front of the camera.

The headshots went very smoothly, which I owe to Louie Gonzalez, as he knows how to position your face to get the right angles and images.

In preparation, I had chosen three jackets for this particular photo shoot: a black version with military style detailing; a white blazer; and a purple vintage blazer with a black collar, buttons and pocket flaps. The purple popped and really showed my style and personality.  This is the blazer that we selected for the photo shoot.

After the shoot I rushed to grab some food; then ran over to House of Daughtry designer’s home for the next photo shoot. There I met up with influencer Crystal Reed of Salty Studio; Debbie Corley, model; wearable art designer, Althea Belcher; model and image consultant and designer of the shoot, Heather. We choice the outfits we were going to wear and then drove to Presidio Park, where we met with Carly, plus size model and coach.

I was honored to have a dress made especially for me by Heather of House of Daughtry, an emerald green, almost tie dye outfit that was very “rockeresque” looking.

All the models were very sweet and accommodating. Two of the models’ husbands came to help with lighting, video and moral support. Being on the other side of the lens, while also styling, was a lot of fun and rewarding. I had organized a variety of styles and accessories for all the girls.  It worked out perfectly. We also got to model some of Debbie’s adorable feather handbags.

Though I was fighting a cold, all in all it was a very successful day.  By the end of the photo shoot I was ready for a nightcap.  However, I still had work to do. I completed writing bios for the morning’s headshots and emailed them to Keel Magazine.  This was for an article in Keel Magazine to hit stands on Thanksgiving Day. Now that all of this is done, be on the lookout for Territa Torres Design’s editorial in Keel Magazine @keelmagazine.

My special thanks to all who made the day possible, including photographer @656photography, MUA @joannacamargobeauty, Hair @bri_murph25, designer@houseofdaughtry, Crystal Reed @_studiosalty, model @embracingturning60,

model @paradisefitnesswithcarly, and model @affordably_styled.

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