Modeled by Andy Jordan
Modeled by Mary Benyo
Modeled by Genevieve Cerri
Well, I thought that after my shows were over, I'd be able to rest a bit, but alas, no. But the good news about that fact is that I am going to be working on many great projects.
First, a short film for the Cannes film festival, with Director Itsi Atkins, and filmographer Stephen Stuart. My title on the project is Production designer, and I also get to direct one of the scenes, which should be a challenge, since I haven't directed any film work for about 4 years. I also get to paint the movie poster, which I will relish. Alas, More on that later...
In other news, I am planning on venturing up to Toronto for Alternative Fashion Week, which I am able to do through Imago Magazine, A publication with some very lovely fashion shoots. This was an amazing stroke of luck, and I figured I would have to wait for next year, as the organization had stopped accepting applications for this year. However, Shien Lee, who runs Dances of Vice, introduced me to the editor of Imago Magazine, and now I'm saving for gas money, and packing up my Little red riding hood costumes!
Oh yes, and though I don't know many details yet, the painted dress shown above will be in a one night exhibit, along with many other artist's creations.
And The day I'm leaving for Canada, I am modeling for my friend and co-conspirator Claire Aquila in her Fashion thesis at Pratt. She is doing an amazing collection based loosely on the characters from Neil Gaiman's epic The Sandman. I play the character of Death, fittingly. Pictures to follow, when I have them.
So decent amounts of sleep, it seems, may have to wait till after April!