I know, I know. It’s been too long and you’ve missed me. Well, I’ve missed you just as much. Are we done with all the sappy shit now? Great.
I’ve got TONS to talk about and you need the advice. Trust me.
For starters…here’s a fresh new reel.
In the first third of century number twenty, makeup was on the up and cinema beauties were the way forward.
Little do we, stupid twenty-first century robots, know that no one will ̶l̶o̶v̶e̶ ̶y̶o̶u̶ think you’re attractive unless your face is measured and lined like a war map. (I’m looking at you, Shannen Doherty.)
“Where is that cat?”
Sunday morning was TONS of fun for me!
My friend, the celebrity stylist, Colin Megaro hooked me up with two talented women who were nominees for short film at the Oscars.
Gudrun Austli (producer) and Linn-Jeanethe Kyed (writer) were recognized for a STUDENT film! Can you imagine?
The Norwegian beauties were such a treat to work with and although they didn’t walk away with a golden statue – they are forever penned in the book as legends.
There, in the ladies’ washroom of the ballroom at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills, we rocked out to the Drive soundtrack whilst primping for the huge event…
And a video interview with the director, Hallvar Witzo.
Check out this teaser for the film…
If you want to see the full movie you can get it on iTunes!
Some behind the scenes action for you, my pretties!
I’m told this baby will be played on all the in-room televisions. (Blush.)
Excited to share the images with you when they’re released… xo
One of them was a foxy, blonde pixie named Lia.
Director/Editor: Chris Bredesen
2nd Camera: Josh Gibson
CD/Photographer: Shelli Wright
Hair/Makeup: Annah Yevelenko
Model: Lia Richardson
So, back at the very end of August…the day after Josh and I moved into our new abode…we drove to Palm Springs for a day and a night to spend it shooting with our friends Shelli and Chris [and a pack of super hot models].
There was a ton of laughter…
And cute boys…
Here’s a little somfin’-somfin’ for you ladies…
Though I would indubitably want to be hired to paint faces on every [(high) paying] project thrown my way – I only own one set of two hands. Alas, nobody’s perfect.
On jobs where my presence is attained but not obtained, I have my humble recommendations for producers who double up as makeup/hair artists and are smart enough to come ready for anything: