• 2nd September
    2012
  • 02

Model for a Day

Once again, sorry for the lack of posts lately. Getting back to school, moving in, and starting rehearsals has all been very life consuming. I do have projects i’ve been working on and I’m really excited to show you guys pictures of my room!! but on another note…

I got to do a body painting photo shoot the other week for Kersey Valley’s Dark Circus

the hair and make-up were done by my dear friend and lovely lady Amber Michael (here is a link to her etsy where she does totally awesome paintings) and she works for an amazing up and coming Special effects studio Joh Harp FX

the whole day was about 14hrs and 10 of those were spent just in make-up but the end result was totally worth it and I got to work with a great group of people 

one of the Other Models was Jenn, who is super awesome. I helped tease her hair once mine was done :) 

here are some of the behind the scenes shots. 

Our male Model, Jordan, was a blast to work with and a total pro (not to mention easy on the eyes)

here is a pretty good shot of my costume. fun fact: I actually made the stripped pants for the shoot myself. I was pretty excited that an Affordable Adorable creation made its way into the photos as well :) 

  • 12th April
    2012
  • 12
part 3 of 3 
…mountains, with clouds and rain… right? 
I was inspired by the test strips my friend had left over from her photography class. they were doomed for the trash but instead I took them and made these. My only goal was to not alter the pieces in any way and instead let the way they happen to fit together naturally inspire the direction of the work. 
click here to see parts 1 and 2 

part 3 of 3 

…mountains, with clouds and rain… right? 

I was inspired by the test strips my friend had left over from her photography class. they were doomed for the trash but instead I took them and made these. My only goal was to not alter the pieces in any way and instead let the way they happen to fit together naturally inspire the direction of the work. 

click here to see parts 1 and 2 

  • 11th April
    2012
  • 11
part two of three
this one was all about faces 
I was inspired by the test strips my friend had left over from her photography class. they were doomed for the trash but instead I took them and made these. My only goal was to not alter the pieces in any way and instead let the way they happen to fit together naturally inspire the direction of the work. 
click here to see part 1 

part two of three

this one was all about faces 

I was inspired by the test strips my friend had left over from her photography class. they were doomed for the trash but instead I took them and made these. My only goal was to not alter the pieces in any way and instead let the way they happen to fit together naturally inspire the direction of the work. 

click here to see part 1 

  • 11th April
    2012
  • 11
part 1 of a 3 part collage series I am doing.
I was inspired by the test strips my friend had left over from her photography class. they were doomed for the trash but instead I took them and made these. My only goal was to not alter the pieces in any way and instead let the way they happen to fit together naturally inspire the direction of the work. 
click here to see part 2

part 1 of a 3 part collage series I am doing.

I was inspired by the test strips my friend had left over from her photography class. they were doomed for the trash but instead I took them and made these. My only goal was to not alter the pieces in any way and instead let the way they happen to fit together naturally inspire the direction of the work. 

click here to see part 2