Here are a few of the photos I took on location. The director was Nick Loven, his production assistant was Lilli Stoddart, the actors were Kirsty Hannah and Lucy Sherre Cooper, hairdressing was by Anita Cudbertson, the costume was by me and the location was The Saxon House.
Crow’s Eye Productions has just completed a follow-up to our film ‘Getting Dressed in the 18th Century’ that we made for Lady Lever Art Gallery. The immense popularity of the first film raised the question amongst the audience who viewed it and enjoyed the complexity of a wealthy woman’s dress: ‘who dressed the maid’? So we made the second film to explain in detail how dress was simplified by working women, and made more practical and affordable, while still maintaining the fashionable silhouette.Continue reading “Getting Dressed in the 18th Century -Working Woman”
Here is a sneak peak at the making of a short museum film on the layers of 18th century dress. It was commissioned by The Lady Lever Art Gallery and made by Crow’s Eye Productions, directed and filmed by Nick Loven. Continue reading “Eighteenth Century Dressing”