La MuseModel Female Hattiesburg, Mississippi, US
My Website: The Muse
Mayhem # 4622
Influenced by German Expressionism film noir and 70's horror movies, I create an engaging space for photographer and model to work within. The more Bizarre and artistic, the better.Yes, I am heavily tattooed and I am addicited to the art of "dress up". So much that now it is just an outward form of expression. Expect the unexpected-tattered wedding-gowns, doll costumes, strange forms of rubber, bubbles, foam, blood,vintage clothing, zombie girl from hell, whatever! Art is my passion, obession, LIFE!!! I expect the same from the photographer!
WARNING-I have a wicked sense of humor and I expect professionalism AT ALL TIMES...
UPDATES-I am in Hattiesburg,MS doing my MFA in Costume Production and Design ! I am ready to do some work but WARNING I AM HORRID PICKY., if you are in the Mississippi area, please contact me...Get in touch with me and let us do art!!
Any photographers wanting to shoot please e-mail me.
-Modeling and doing runway for 10+ years
-currently working on MFA Costume Production and Design
-been published in multiple magazines and websites
I am currently looking for an exceptional photographer here in the Hattiesburg area. Contact me if you are interested. Must be experienced.
Drowning Woman Photography
Revolver-June 2005, Sept 2004
Tattoo Magazine-Nov-2003, April 2005
Gothic Beauty-issue 8, cover of 9, and 14 and now, 18!!
Marquis Fetish Directory 2005
International Tattoo Magazine
Flash Tattoo Magazine
Savage Tattoo Magazine issue August 2005
EchoImmortalis June issue 2006
and a UK magazine called Chronicles (both with interview with DoppelGanger Photography
NOLA BY NIGHT/2009
Lolliepop Magazine Clothing
House of Worship
Vesprei Latex Designs
TOSPY TURVY HAT
Seriously, I am a very busy woman, between school, Mardi Gras, and other projects, I have become picky, and want to do some amazingly beautiful and dark imagery.
Currently designing Neil Simon's "Rumors", think late 80's gaudy-glamour-glitter , and now it is on to Max Fisch "FireBugs" a dark satire, think steampunk, WWII, leather and George Grosz imagery.