Sep 21, 2016



This was one of those shoots that passed in a complete daze, and if I didn't have photos as proof it happened, I would have thought I imagined it all. With most of my shoots, the timeline is pretty short from start to finish, but with this one I felt like we had been talking hush hush about it forever and the anticipation was strong – I thought the dates would never actually come. The idea was to shoot the new Cactus de Cartier collection against the backdrop of a desert – at Amangiri, a place I've only dreamed of visiting.

I have immense gratitude that I can't even put into words for the ladies at Cartier who made this shoot possible and who trusted me to take on such a project. I recognize what a special opportunity this was and hope you'll get a feel for the desert light and palette that inspired these photos.

29 comments :

  1. Oh these images are stunning, Alice! You're absolutely gorgeous. Xx

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  2. Beautiful images, Alice! The colors are amazing!

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  3. You can really tell when your heart & soul is wrapped up in a project, Alice. It just shines through here...

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  4. So stunning, what an incredible location.

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  5. This color palette is edible! This post leaves little doubt as to why you're my favorite photographer! xo

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  6. Out of this world! Mesmerizing!!

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  7. Just wow. You are seriously such a natural, so beautiful. Will you be providing the details of your outfits anywhere?

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  8. WOW these took my breath away. You really have outdone yourself Alice.

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  9. this is sooo great. amazing. i love every photos. great job, alice. this should be on cartier's official catalogue or something

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  10. Wow you're so beautiful and an amazing photographer!! I've been following your work since your Flickr 365 days. I love your sense of style too. Okay I'm fan girling now :) yes. This shoot is amazing.

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  11. Where the clothes are from? Especially the first dark tunic and the purple dress?

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    1. The first dark tunic is Tibi and the purple dress is from Maiyet!

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  12. Wow, absolutely WOW! You are not only beautiful but an absolute natural model! These photos are breathtaking Alice! Also, love every single outfit, and would love to know outfit credits too, as they all make you look 6ft tall, and I'd love me some of that :) Congratulations on yet another amazing job! xx
    Clarice

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  13. These images are stunning, Alice & what an incredible location. Gorgeous work. :)

    www.thequirkyminimal.com

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  14. Can I marry this post? The photos are gorgeous!

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  15. So much wow. In complete awe right now. You and your team did the most beautiful job.

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  16. I...can't even...Your photographic style is so impeccable. The way you capture light is so even and measured, it's amazing. And obviously your eye for lines and color is incredible too. I am so impressed and inspired!

    xx
    scarlettandgiselle.blogspot.com

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  17. Beautiful!!! Where is the white knit tank from?

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  18. How good these images are! You really have a creative eye on image construction!

    xo Margaret
    www.maleemaleehong.com | www.facebook.com/maleemaleehong

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  19. That ring in the 6PM shots tho ... no words.

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  20. You've captured the essence of the jewellery. Just beautiful.

    http://www.wllwproject.com

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  21. totally gorgeous - love the feel of the whole series

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  22. Oh this is so luxe! love the photography and the clothes you wearing! the green bag is so gorgeous!

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  23. 漂亮!风光美!色调好!技术高!

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  24. Alice
    Hi just came across your beautiful shoot at Amangiri
    As one of the architects that designed Amangiri I'm always interested in how people shoot it and I must say I really like what you did
    Would love to discuss possibility of seeing more of your work from there and even possibility of using some images on our website which I hope to be redoing in near future. ... www.masastudio.com
    Take care
    Marwan

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