The first series tells the fractured fairytale of a fated Melbourne girl being watched over (or is that stalked?) by a guardian-type angel. The subtle inclusion of the photographer himself makes this somewhat of a self portrait. In one Jason Grech drapes model Jessica Judd in a slinky silver number. The final portrait sees Aussie label Antonia Paris (I’m still prepared to kill for their black sequined off-the-shoulder number) appear with a frilled number to die for, literally according to the image.
In the next series model Stephanie is directed into a series of strong shapes. The focus is on the body and the line of the clothing as the setting is the typically unforgiving studio backdrop. The highlight of this series features a canary yellow gown that really pops out from the shadowy background, also by Grech, summoning up visions of Cate Blanchett or Michelle Williams in their sundrenched finest.
Overt female strength is also depicted in the final series. Adorable model Claire Radbourne, almost unrecognisable in the best sense, rocks mini party frocks and a steely expression in an otherwise intimidating setting. Take a closer look at more of the images below.