Christmas seems to sneak up on me every year. It comes and goes so quickly… I wish it could last forever, it’s my favourite time of year. I absolutely LOVE Christmas.
I love putting up my Christmas tree and decorating my house (after untangling all of the lights of course!).
I love listening to the same 10 Christmas songs that are on every Christmas album, EVER.
I love watching the same few Christmas films that I watch every year.
I love the feeling in the air as everyone rushes around to try and get everything done.
I love the relentless enthusiasm people have to make each other happy.
I love buying people gifts and watching them open them.
I love the lights, the tinsel, the laughter.
Christmas for me, really is magic.
So then, it seems to follow that as I love Christmas so much… And I love my job… Why not put the two together?! So naturally, I give Brian Cooper a call and we set about planning a shoot similar to the one we did on Halloween…. But this time, we cracked out the tinsel and lights!
Again, this shoot was thoroughly enjoyable, and even better, I didn’t end up having to wash blood off my body when I got home (for this to make sense, see this post!). Anyway, enough of me waffling on… let’s show you some of the images we created!
The first thing you need for a Christmas photo shoot is OBVIOUSLY a sexy Miss Santa outfit! The candy cane stockings really set this outfit off I think 😉
I love these next two… Very similar pose, but each one has a completely different feel to it because of the facial expression. The first has an air of innocence about it… The second, more seductive. Which Miss Santa do you prefer?
The obvious next step in a Brian-Misuzu shoot… Is to take off the clothes… But let’s keep the hat and gloves (obvs.). I absolutely love this shot, AND it’s Facebook friendly. Winner 😉
I don’t do hats. I always tell people this. Brian loves them… And to be honest… We HAD to get this shot…
So after a Miss Santa… We move on to ‘Santa’s Helper’. Misuzu the Elf. I don’t know how these elves get any preparation for Christmas done when they’re so busy looking cute! I think ‘Elf’ suits me 😉
“Dear Santa, I’ve been very, very, very good (most of the time)” This sounds about right!
Especially looking at this next image. There’s not much innocence in this one!
“I’ve been very, very, very good.” I don’t think so… The whole naughty/nice thing is over-rated anyway… ‘Just give me my presents, or I’ll attempt to seduce you until I get them!’ is what this image is saying to me.
The expression here… You almost believe that I DID try very hard… Almost…
You knew there was a reason you didn’t quite believe that innocent expression… These two… Not so much.
Look closely… Read the sign… This is my favourite image from the shoot. Personally, I just think I’m really funny. I take the credit for this idea. I’m hilarious and you know it 😉
The credit for these ones goes to Brian… He bought the sack and announced “I’m going to put you in this!” I didn’t bat an eyelid.
Typical Misuzu Style… Let’s do art nude… Next to a Christmas tree. That’s Christmassy, right?”
I’m pretty sure that my goal with my modelling career is to do art nude in as many different settings as possible… In the Woods? Check. In a derelict building? Check. Covered in blood? Check. Next to a Christmas tree? Check. With baubles hanging from your nipples? Well the credit to this has to go to Brian… And don’t ask how we got that bow to stay there…
No Christmas themed shoot is complete without being wrapped in tinsel…
I’m waiting for someone to comment, “I like your baubles ;)”
I hope you’ve enjoyed looking through the silly images me and Brian created for this festive season. We both had a blast… Lots of giggling because we think we have great ideas!!!
We did shoot something for those who aren’t so fond of all the Christmas nonsense… So here ya go… Bah-Humbug!
The last few images I have for you, are, in my opinion, very beautiful…. I love Christmas lights so much. Evidently, the way I can show this is by wrapping my nude self in them!
I saved the best picture till last… So before I show you, I wish that everyone who is reading this has the most magical Christmas. I hope you’ve all had a great year this 2015, and if you haven’t, I hope 2016 holds better things.Whether you’re celebrating the end of a fantastic year and appreciating all that you’ve accomplished, or if you’re raising a glass to all the things you hope to do next year, I wish you all the best this holiday season.
I, personally, have had the BEST year. It’s not always been smiles and laughter, that’s just the way life is… But it was this year that I found my passion for modelling. I’ve worked hard and I’m doing something that I want to do. I’m where I want to be. I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped me to achieve this. You know who you are.
“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight!”