thesemomentsinthewoods said: I just wanted to say that your blog is so beautiful!
Thank you for the support! Yours is too!
Anonymous said: Why haven't you posted more pictures?
I’m so sorry about the lack of regular posting! I’m only one person running this blog now and I work a 9-5 job on Mondays to Fridays and I’m also currently house hunting with my husband.
With that being said, if you or anyone would be interested in becoming a part of this blog, send me a non-anonymous message and we’ll discuss. :)
Anonymous said: Hello! I'm currently writing a narrative that's very ballet-centric in that my main characters are all dancers. The story starts out when my main character is 7 and entering her first ballet class, and it will progress into her college years at an art school as she hopes to make a profession out of it. My problem is, I know absolutely nothing about ballet and google doesn't do much to help. Any advice or main things to know? Thanks in advance!
Feel free to reply to this post with your suggestions!
Ingrid Bugge (b. 1968, Denmark) ”The Essence Of Ballet” 2012-2014
from “La Bayadére” 2012
“The human body, its movements, its stories, its intimacy, and its honesty. These are my artistic passions”
I am an fine art photographer from Denmark, Copenhagen.
I have been working for the Danish Royal Ballet for nearly 2 years and the 3rd of May my solo exhibition at ArtCenter Silkeborg Bad in Denmark will open.
The 7th of may my artbook with the artworks and an iBook about the creation of the project will be released.
. Ingrid Bugge
You can see a sample of my artworks in this video:
My artbook can is sampled in this video:
And this is a video from the multitouch iBook about the process of making the art works:
You can see all my photographs on:
Lovely picture to go along with a great article about the makers of Freed of London pointe shoes. Do you wear Freed of London pointes? Who’s your Maker?