END IT MOVEMENT AWARENESS VIDEO

Final video PSA for END IT Movement.  Being a part of this production was an amazing experience.  Costuming the 18 women as sex slaves was tremendously rewarding and horrific at the same time.

END IT WARDROBE DIRECTION

There was a lot of thought and conversation about wardrobe authenticity.  Female prostitutes and females being trafficked for sexual exploitation are not the same thing and we did not want our girls to look like prostitutes.   We wanted them to look unsettling not sexy.   Our girls on the truck were dressed to look mistreated, helpless, and hopeless.   They did not wear nice, new, sparkly things; their wardrobe was worn out, filthy, and tarnished.   We wanted the viewers to be uncomfortable and concerned when they saw our girls.     I think we did it!

I will post more wardrobe direction and costuming details real soon!

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Courtney Watkins is a wardrobe + prop stylist based in Atlanta with 14 years of print and film production experience in advertising, editorial, corporate, and scripted entertainment. Courtney comes to styling with a passion for design and a background in fine arts and commercial photography. It is her strong respect for concept, her wit and her creativity that set her work apart. Those qualities have earned her a broad range of advertising, editorial, and broadcast clients, from Nike, Coca Cola, AT&T, Marriott, Coors Light, to Southern Living, People Magazine, Shape, TBS, and Discovery Channel among others.

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