My first incredible shoot with Chris of Mack Foto!
Beautifully adorned skeletons, actual mistaken Christian martyrs decorated by teams of nuns. Find out more about the “Catacomb Saints” by clicking here.
Detail shots of our blacklight mad lab Halloween display. Cold rain and high winds resulted in a weather advisory forcing our display into our tiny garage. The few trick or treaters that braved the storm loved it though.
It may not look like much, but all the bottles I hand distressed with labels I made (templates found online) and paint which I baked onto the glass. The papers are print outs of Da Vinci and Vesalius drawings which again, I hand tore and then aged through a coffee process and then paint. Shot in actual light, black light and small LED spots in orange and green.
Tonight! I’ll be there and you can ask me about my big news in person. ;) But come to see some amazing talent collected in one spot, my work with Kevin James of Red Generation Photography will be on display. More info:
Yes, yes, it’s been quite a while I realize. September was a bizarre roller coaster trip of emotions and physical actualities. I’m still feeling a bit overwhelmed. It’s near impossible to keep up with all forms of social media from Twitter to Facebook, I think I may have to start syncing them all together.
The huge news is, I’ve returned from quite the successful adventure in LA. It was a very insightful trip where I made a lot of fantastic new friends and contacts. I learned a lot from various speakers and panels. But the biggest highlight would be the successful pitches to several Hollywood studios. I’m very pleased to announced that several studios have requested my script. It’s only the first step, although hugely important, to getting into the field of my dreams, movies, on a large scale. But thus far, it’s been positive.
I have more huge news to announce, but all in good time. Thanks to all who have stood behind me and cheered me on.
My incredible three legged Superdog, Krypto, and me. Beat cancer, saved my husband’s life and prevented one home burglary.
Photography by Fabulous Pet Portraits in Columbus
Models: Acid PopTart and Krypto
A transfixing new pin up of VooDoo Baby™ by the talented William Bronson! It’s a good time to post this as I’m finalizing details of my LA trip where I will be pitching the VooDoo Baby tv pilot (along with the endless legal paperwork!). More of Bill’s work here: http://williamsquid.deviantart.com/
“I wasn’t sure how long I waited after his ghost had faded from my eyes. His voice still haunted my memories, the only thing I really heard until the murmuring of the doctor and my cousins as they pulled my body from the cornfield. But still I watched even as they struggled to pull my heavy limbs from the dirt. Still I waited, for him.”
Words: Acid PopTart
Photography: Red Generation Photography
Model/Styling/MUA: Acid PopTart
Wardrobe: Kambriel, Retroscope Fashions & the House of S&M