Monday, September 23, 2013

My Very First Pin Up Magazine Publication

This is my very first Pin Up magazine I have been in.  It's a special moment for me.  I have been working on modeling since 2007 in many diverse photo themes and shoots, learning and teaching myself how to do things.  Also for my love of the "Walking Dead" series I had to add a zombie shoot to my portfolio.

 Index of this Issue. (above)

With the help of a great team, we all managed to come up with a great Pin Up Zombie style shoot.  I am very blessed and excited to have been in this issue.  Baba Lous Beauties Zombie Special Edition.

Special Effects, Makeup and Hair by:  Sompath Breen

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Monday, March 11, 2013

March 10th Pin Up Shoot

Yesterday I had the honor of working with a new photographer and makeup artist.  Pin Up photos were taken for my own use to submit to magazines and for the photographer to use in her marketing materials.  I am so honored to have worked with such a great team and can't wait for my next shoot with them.

Photographer: Kristine Wahner Photography

Makeup Artist & Hair: Makeup by Sammie

Monday, February 25, 2013

Weekend Photo Shoot Sneak Peek

I've always wanted to do something really outrageous and creative.  I saw a photo of a shoot online that involved a gas mask.  Yes, a gas mask.  So I bought one and set up a shoot for an artistic type photo session.

Here is one of the results:

It may looks scar, but it's meant to be artistic.  SamC Pictures is a good friend of mine and agreed to do that shoot.  It turned out great and better than I expected it to!  Love it.  Stay tuned.............

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Pin Up Online Contest

February 10th starts the new monthly contest on The Pin Up Page.

Please vote for my picture as much as possible.  And read the rules, once you have submitted your vote, do not click on that link again or it will cancel your wonderful vote.

Click on the link below to take you to the page:

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

MAMA Movie Review

 I kept seeing previews for this movie when I was at the theater and it looked stupid yet scary, so I decided to take a chance on it.

The movie isn't low budget, it's a quality film.  The ghost character could use a little more work in it's design and quality of the graphics.   The movie starts out with the Dad bringing his 2 little girls into a car, not knowing what is going on, except for a few seconds of radio station playing in the movie.

The Dad takes the 2 daughters, the baby not even in a car seat, and drives hurriedly and carelessly through the snow and ice roads.  They do run off the road and all seem to have survived the crash, get up and wander around the woods until they come to an abandoned home where they take refuge.  The little girl is looking out the window and says "I see a lady out there" foreshadowing the MAMA ghost.  The Dad then takes a gun and points it at the little girl's head looking out the window.  Suddenly that Dad is gone and the 2 girls are alone.  You never see MaMa at this point, but know she is there.

My criticism about the above is, why would he take the girls out of the car and into a shelter when he could've just killed them all right there.  He seemed to have been taking his time to kill the children, when apparently he killed his wife right away.  Try to understand the movie?  No.  All it seems to me is the opposite of "The Ring" in a way that the main scary ghost character misses and wants her baby as much as Samara loves her Mommy.  The girls then decide that MaMa is a bad person and evil as soon as they are in the real world after being discovered 5 years after they were lost.

And who waits 5 years?  Why weren't the cops out there if they found the car that was wrecked in the first place?  So many things wrong with that, but everything leads up to the story and why the kids were alone, they only had MAMA and now they are free of her and want her gone.  Somehow they have MaMa's ashes from the 1800's and finally "put her at rest".  The ending wasn't great.  Very low budget quality effects on that one, but another story down and watched.

Worth the time?  I don't think so, unless you have nothing else to do.  I luckily did not pay money to see this at the theaters.

I score this movie a 5 out of 10