The Winged Ones brings together Julia Boggio’s photography and Amy Judd’s beautiful painted works
Julia’s latest editorial (The Winged Ones) came to be Amy was featured for the Boggio Magazine (volume II, page 4, you can find it on Issu here). Julia had interviewed Amy to discuss her incredible works of art and a collaboration seemed like the only thing to do! Judd’s heavenly paintings of wings bring a bit of whimsical intrigue to Julia’s portraits which are almost painterly themselves. It’s a seamless union of the two artists’ work and makes for a captivating set of portraits.
With the combined talents of the ‘dream team’, gorgeous models and Amy Judd’s art, Julia has produced some beautiful portraits. Some of the portraits can also be found on the popular children’s fashion blog, Smudgetikka (be careful, if you’re new to the site, you’ll be hooked on it for hours!), in a feature done on the editorial.
We haven’t even mentioned the best part. In November we will be hosting a ‘Winged Ones’ portrait day for our clients (that’s you!). As we have had a lot of interest so far from this, we will be taking a waitlist until details are finalised (date TBC). Sound like your cup of tea? Get in touch with our Bookings team to get your little one/ family on the list. Call us on 020 7042 9777 and email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to hear from you!
The Winged Ones
Photographer: Julia Boggio.
Featured Artist: Amy Judd
Art Director: Hannah Coates Stylist: Rebecca Seager.
Hair & Make Up: Dominika Kasperowicz.
Assistants: Sophie Jerrard, Golriz Farmani, and Rose Sapey.
Models: Esme Cook from Bonnie & Betty, Laila Naim from Bruce and Brown, Kristy-Lee Heaton from Models1, Jayden Cadogan and Layla Hodges from Kids London, Tom Gallego and Maiya Hamilton from Grace and Galor.