When I was first learning photography a mentor told me, "Learn to shoot in black and white. It is there you will learn the character of light."
This is a philosophy I still hold true, and I continue to love the form.
The "monocrom" project was designed to show specifically my B&W work which, up til now, has just been jumbled in with the rest of my images.
I have been fortunate in that people seem to like my monochromes, and I receive many positive comments on them.
Her lips are full and pink. Her teal green eyes are intense and inviting. Her black eyeliner accentuates her high cheekbones and her strawberry hair complements her light African skin. Her metallic halter dress holds her supple thighs and pushes on her round breast. She is the result of careful attention and workmanship. When you see her up close, you can’t help but stare. At $6000, she’s certainly not a cheap date. For creator, Matt McMullen, she's a work of art. For everyone else, she's a Real Doll.
We all think of formal attire as black tie or long glamorous gown. Ashly-Bell, shows that the nude body can be the most beautiful and unique formal attire on it's own. For more of Ashly-Bell and her still photos and interview go to nude-muse.com/models/Ashly-Bell_stats.html