Q: Tell us about
your artistic aesthetic.
I think for me
it's about capturing old Hollywood glamour. I love using
models or performers that not only are completely sexy
but also hold some innocence in their glance or pose.
I want my girls to have those voluptuous curves and
those expressions that can get under a man's skin and
alluring enough to look at them everyday. Isn't it why
they have stayed in our hearts for so many years? I'd
like to keep them going with my own little twist and
Q: Tell us how
others describe your work versus how you see it.
Most of the comments
I get from my fans are classy, empowering, intriguing,
vibrant, versatile, and refreshing. I think my fans
are looking for the same kind of image as I am. Yes,
I sometimes fall into the Goth/fetish styles. I work
with all types of women. I can style just about anyone
into pin-up. I've been doing most of the vintage hairstyles
myself since moving in this direction. Also some of
my images have a darker vibe about them and that's just
my Floria Sigismondi influence shining through. I love
a pretty gal in a strange dark place for some eerie
reason. For this reason, I think I'm invited to lots
of events I'm really not interested in being apart of.
I'd like to keep my work where the greasers and pin-ups
will be able to view them. It's where my work belongs.
Q: Give an example of an obstacle you have recently
struggled with or overcome.
I think finding
my true calling was the hardest part. I tried a bunch
of different styles but I knew it was right as soon
as I began pin-up just two years ago. It's in my heart
and I feel completely at home with it. I hope to make
my mark in this world with my work or at least shake
a few tails.