Working with such an amazing team really just feels like play. Shooting "Lost in the city" was interesting given we were shooting pre-fall looks on the hottest day of the summer thus far. Keeping Kyle's skin looking even and sweat free kept me on my toes. Well that's usually the case given that most models are taller than me any how. Ha ha! I definitely wanted the hair to vibe with each look as well so subtle changes were key to make everything look cohesive and intentional. Keep your eyes peeled for Kyle as he impacts future generations with knowledge as an early education teacher very soon! I think moms will definitely show up for their parent teacher meetings. Here are a few behind the scenes shots from that day. And don't forget to check out Vulkan Magazine for the entire spread and many other inspiring editorials.
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It's that time of year again! Yes, the Holidays are here! One of the biggest markers of the Christmas season coming into full swing is the Magnificent Mile Festival of Lights parade. All of our favorite Disney characters make appearances and some of the hottest Disney celebrities too! I had the pleasure of working with Sabrina Carpenter of Girl meets world. She was so excited to be participating and even more excited to be in Chicago for the first time. I did my best to help her prioritize the must eats on her list while she was in town.
Halloween is here! And that's only exciting to me for one reason really. It's not because it's getting colder out, that's for sure. It's time for fantasy makeup! I live for special effects and fantasy applications. this year I transformed Lianes into the ever popular dark fairy queen herself, Maleficent. I didn't use prosthetic cheek bones so contouring techniques had to be pushed to the max.
Working with Keratase USA backstage for Thakoon and Zac Posen was truly an honor. Hair master Odile Gilbert and her team are phenomenal. They're incredibly talented, creative and some of the most engaging, down to earth, friendly people as well. I honestly don't know how they physically make it through the whole week after working three shows in a day at times. It must be pure passion that fuels them. I'm going to say they eat art too. ;)