Darcey followed my very clumsy instructions of various ballet forms which I attempted to physically articulate myself, much to the hilarity and amusement of all those present in the studio including Darcey herself, who at various points laughed so much we had to pause.
The assistant came back out and said in a shocked tone “He’s sticking them on Roys face!” I said “Really, not pinning them into his skin surely”. He said “I don’t know”
I then nervously poured a large bottle of Perrier all over her head. Through the spluttering cascade of Perrier water she said ‘You bastard”, I said ‘No, wait, trust me, don’t get angry”
As we were leaving David asked me if I would like to go with him to the Samye Ling Tibetan Buddhist Temple in Scotland. He said “It’s only £2.50 for the weekend”
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Once we arrived at the Baths I had my assistants set up a flash unit, suspended over the Roman Bath on a boom. This would not have got past health and safety today and I was really nervous incase the boom failed, fell into the water and electrocuted Peter and myself.
The stylist had provided a very beautiful Marie Antoinette themed dress whichLiv wore as well as shooting her in a simple white shirt. She seemed to have a very strong idea of who she was even then.
I cannot voice the campaign as well as Waris does in the video below so I won’t try. I recommend you support her and listen to her words. It touches me deeply when I see how she has used her voice in the world to remind us of the suffering of others and is leading a path to alleviate that suffering.