Being impressed by the almost alien beauty of identical twins Leah and Aimee Branson from the last-but-one post (see featured image above title), I decided to
stalk research them: the portrait above showing them just four days ago with their sisters Imogen and Ella……and there’s even another sister, Grace, who “snuck out on this particular photo“, according to the photographer, Elizabeth G (Griffiths). Here are her individual portraits of Imogen, Ella and Grace:
These are the twins from the same session:
The two portraits being strangely quite similar in terms of outfits and feel to the original model test/headshot session that Lisa Visser mentions as being the impetus for asking their mum to bring them back for that momentous black-tutu fine art set – these are hers (notice the ruffle sleeves for a slight difference):
….resulting in new agency profiles:
……tho’ they’re twelve now, not ten (born 1st January, 2005).
One of the interesting things about finding their Facebook account (Twitter and Instagram are new accounts, with few posts), is that you get to see Lisa preparing the shots for the tutu session:
…..and, as you can see, there were even shots prepared of them wearing black hooded capes – I wonder if any survive – tho’ the black feather neck-adornments were immortalised:
….at least I’m assuming they’re by Lisa, tho’ the girls don’t give any attribution on Facebook, which is the only source I’ve got (see image-link below).
Here’s a couple of remaining shots of the twins:
……and just for completeness’ sake, Imogen has the same pose on the stool:
Japan has a list of individuals who have been chosen to be “Living National Treasures” – receiving 2 million yen (about 20,000 dollars) annually: I think Leah and Aimee should be considered for a similar British list – along with Sir David Attenborough – and maybe Lisa Visser too….