About the Book
"Just Eden" is the second book in my monograph series, inspired by the legendary Sam Haskins and "Cowboy Kate", and Karl de Haan's "Sunday Sue". It features one of my all time favourite models and muse, Eden.
I've called this book "Just Eden" for two reasons; the first because it is just about Eden and the second because this also happens to be the name of her own website ( www.justeden.co.uk and www.justeden.com ).
Eden is an experienced professional photographic model, working predominantly in the fields of glamour, fetish, fantasy and art nude, and I first began working with her in 2008. Over the last few years I have had the pleasure of creating many images with her, that have been pleasing to the both of us, and we have also become great friends in the process!
Although originally from Zimbabwe in Africa, Eden has lived the majority of her life in the UK, and works mainly in the UK and Europe. She has a wonderful personality and is one of the most expressive people I know, which assuredly comes across in her modelling work. One of my favourite photo shoots with her was the "Rude Food" session. Nobody else could make eating food look so sexy!
Mike Crawley FRPS
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Jan 19, 2012
- Language English
- Tags Mike, Crawley, Photofrenetic, Photography, Eden, glamour, fantasy, fetish, nude, model, modelling, muse, monograph, photo, photos, image, images, books, book, Mike Crawley, Fine Art, Fine Art Photography, Just Eden, art nude
I am a freelance Travel and Fine Art photographer specialising in travel, nature, lifestyle and people photography and undertake commissioned work in any of these areas as well as contributing to photographic stock libraries. I have had work published all around the world in books, magazines and news media. Now self-publication is becoming easier to achieve I aim to prepare a selection of photographic books on various topics, mainly for my own personal satisfaction, but also to hopefully sell a few books and help fund my many photography projects. (P.S. My page name is supposed to be Photofrenetic but it somehow got shortened to Photofreneti .... no I'm not Italian!)