'There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening that is translated through you into action. And because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique. And if you block it, it will never exist in any other medium and be lost. The world will not have it. It is not your business to determine how good it is nor how valuable nor how it compares with other expressions. It is your business to keep it yours clearly and directly. To keep the channel open...whether you choose to take an art class, keep a journal, record your dreams, dance your story, or live each day from your own creative source. Above all else, keep the channel open.'
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I have experienced a big shift in priorities since my puppy dog suffered severe back injuries in early February of 2014. My dogs are my children and they do come first. I have given advance notice to previous modeling commitments or I have cancelled them back in February. My hope is that Daisy will adjust to wheels in the next few weeks, but I am unsure how this is going to affect my free time in caring for her yet. This, of course, leaves the question of modeling and traveling unanswered at this time. I will update as soon as I know. Thanks for stopping by!
From fine art nudes, vintage pinups, film noir, fitness themes, formal evening wear, to the ethereal and abstract--I strive to create something beautiful that crosses the bridge of time and connects with humanity. More importantly, I live to enjoy the beauty of the moment and the process of creation.
I tend towards the more athletic, muscularly defined type of build rather than the long-legged runway model or playboy pinup types. As a former fitness instructor, fitness is still very much an important part of my lifestyle. I run 20 miles a week, attend pilates classes, and took classical East Indian Dance (Bharatanatyam) lessons for 3 years.
Body mods: white opal navel piercing
One white opal third eye microdermal piercing
To help feel more at ease during the shoots, I require an initial meeting. TFP or TFCD is preferred.
Muse of Fallen Grace, MM# 599645.
Deviant Art Port: http://muse0fgrace.daportfolio.com/
Brad Bealmear's Women in Ribbon, August 2009
Rip William's Bye-Bye Betty: A Betty Page Tribute, Albuquerque Press Club, February 2008
Route 66 Photography, MM# 120051
Mark White Photography, MM# 14475
Brad Bealmear, MM# 708455
Buggs Photography, MM# 1107421
John Goyer, MM# 844966
Jeff Bidewell, MM# 243916
Studio 200, MM# 7876
Red Rayven Photography
Lloyd Thrap, MM# 792730
Paul Schranz, MM# 137756
Robert WK Clark, MM# 664314
Pat Berrett, MM# 484
Rip Williams, MM# 226421
Second Chance Imaging, MM #576875
J Manring, MM# 525720
Make Up Artists:
Conrad Sanchez, MUA MM# 481678