A Mad Hatter photo shoot by Katie Bennett.

It’s a Mad Hatter’s world for photographer

Local photographer produces a photoboard of the Mad Hatter

The Mad Hatter Storyboard all started with a hat, and a whole lot of imagination. Katie Bennett was lucky enough to have access to an authentic Mad Hatter top hat from Disney World, and knew she needed to do something fun, but different with it … So, she recruited Daniel as her Mad Hatter, and from there they came up with the concept of having his costume body painted on to keep things unique. Kristin Grant, of Urbanheart, set out to create their very own ‘Wonderland.’

Grant covered model Daniel Corbett in body paint except his pants, scarf and cuffs.

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