Together with artists Harold Offeh and Barby Asante, the team of volunteer make-up artists, stylists and photographers created the Bling Jubilee Court. We dressed the public up as ‘Queens of the COMMON-wealth’, which included disco/carnival/African/Indian/drag/pageant queens…and a hefty dose of Freddie Mercury! The ‘Queens’ were then led to a stage and photographed before an adoring crowd (you can see the photos over here).
Our boudoir/tent contained about 50 wigs, a tonne of make-up, a pile of stick-on mustaches, and 2 long rails of dress up clothes. Here are a few photos that I took. You can see the full set on my Facebook page.
If you’d like to see more pictures from the event, please visit my Facebook page!
How did you spend your weekend?