Fashionary: Fashion Reference Sketchbook


Fashionary is a beautifully designed sketchbook that every stylist, costumer, designer, or tailor can appreciate. The first 34 pages are LOADED with info: measuring tools, designer brand index, a fabric dictionary, stitch & seam samples, patterns & flats, fashion events, a calendar, and some more great things. READ MORE

The Museum of Useful Things

vintage bingo

Going Back to Basics

The Museum of Useful Things is a great site + blog about  USEFUL THINGS!   READ MORE

  • Vintage Bingo
  • Bingo
  • Vintage Wood Bingo Balls & Cage
  • Vintage Wood Bingo Balls

Vintage Bingo

Great little vintage bingo cage and hand-lettered wood balls.   Also featured on The Museum of Useful Things.


Cyclops in Monster Truck

This was a project for TBS that required a cyclops in a monster truck.  I had AFX studios on hold to apply an operable, prosthetic eyeball, unfortunately the eyeball got cut.  The talent was burning up inside of this latex mask.

Helmut Newton: Polaroids

Would you like to see a collection of Helmut Newton’s Polaroids with handwritten shot details?  Uh, YES PLEASE.  Newton’s widow has compiled over 300 of his ‘roids for Helmut Newton: Polaroids.  


Helmut Newton – POLAROIDS The Exhibit

Helmut Newton’s wife was known to use his Polaroids as place cards at dinner parties. Newton’s Polaroids will be on exhibit at the Berlin Museum Of Photography through November coinciding with the Helmut Newton; Polaroids  book release.  Exhibit details at Helmut Newton – POLAROIDS.

Lyst: Follow fashion favorites

Designers, stylist, and fashion fans can create, follow and shop their favorite fashions.  Check out my “lyst collection”  lyst love.

Raymond Meeks

One of my favorite photographers:     Raymond Meeks.

Viva Aruba!

this is a post from holly thompson’s blog about the Aruba Tourism campaign shot by scott lowden.  i did wardrobe and props on this one.  tough day at the office!

Viva Aruba!


Lucky’s costume was inspired by Cuban-American retirees of Miami


Really Bad Toupe

This gentleman was a character for a TBS very funny production.  He was a scientist with a horrific hair piece.



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