Seduction series â€˜Seductionâ€™ is the last of my Univeristy projects. I based on the exploration of the female act of seduction; showing forms of which appeal to a males need to be seduced by female figures of domination, submission and also fetish fantasies. The concept was to show an essence and an ideal of what it is to be dominant, submissive and kinky, by focusing on keyaspects of the designs, and visual cues of which make each category really excel. Domination/ Matriarch â€“ Seduction through authority is the act of being seduced by an overpowering dominant female figure, of which portrays fierce and fiery stature and an overwhelming presence. Fetish Fantasy/ Taboo - Fetish Fantasies appeal through the erotic desires, naughtiness and unimaginable situations. She extends and fulfils the kinky passions that lead to adventurous explorations of the hunger for taboo wants and needs. Acquiescence â€“ Submissive acts are dreamy and elegant, of which present oneself as a submissive figure at will to their dominant master. She is alluring, beautiful and seduces her subject through illusive acquiescent manners.
Originating from Manchester, England. Aaronâ€™s early influences were by his mother, watching her paint, sculpture nail art and coiffure in her salon, whilst his father fashioned, moulded and tinkered new invetions in his shed. Aaron's vibrant curiosity delved him to undertake a beauty course, whilst also completing his design and adverting degree at Curtin University. His love for fashion was sparked when glimpsing the fashion students in the next building, as they cut, stitched and sketched their designs, this quickly led to a flourish of collaborations and experimentation. "I enjoy listening to the people, their story, vision and dreams, learning their culture and beliefs that are often presented their creations, and all I want to do, is make them come to life through photography." Since 2008 Aaron has worked nationally and internationally, photographing campaigns for elite beauty and fashion designers. whilst also developing courses as an educator for Curtin University and SHOOT workshops, teaching conceptual development and collaboration in the photography industry.