A behind the scenes look at the incredible detail that goes into the creation of another masterful piece by Alexia Sinclair; “Kissed by the Moon”.

A behind the scenes look at another shoot with award-winning Australian artist and fine art photographer, Alexia Sinclair. As always the amount of work that goes into Alexia’s images are simply mind-blowing. Every single angle is considered, exceptionally planned and always shot and assembled with painstaking detail. From finding the perfect tree, to photographing a moth wing at 120mm macro so that it could be used as a fabric print for the moth gown – “Kissed by the Moon”, is no different.

If you are not familiar with Alexia’s work; “Her distinct style is easily recognisable and highly original. Using a visual narrative to seduce her audience with each photographic feast, Sinclair’s art is dark and seductive, baroque and symbolic. Her multilayered photographs subtly present contemporary notions of fashion and beauty through innovative digital media, whilst restoring antique notions of classicism, elegance and luxury.” [About Alexia Sinclair] More from her portfolio can be seen here.

And if you enjoyed watching the video above, we thought you’d like to be reminded of a previous blog post about Alexia where we featured “Into the Glooming”.