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I really enjoyed working on this character driven advertising project shot by Fernando Decillis. I love character costuming! Dressing these charming characters was a treat for me. Handling props and set dressing for these pensive environmental portraits was icing on the cake. I became moderately obsessed with orthopedic shoes and vintage metal TV trays!
Agency – CDMNY
Photographer: Fernando Decillis
Creative Director: Mike Foster
Art Producer: Meredith Lynch
Photo Producer: Amanda Bertany
Prop + Wardrobe Stylist: Courtney Watkins
Hair + Make-up Artist: Kara Ramos
RECENT WORK FOR JOHN FULTON PHOTOGRAPHY
As a stylist I source, make, or commission lots of unusual items for productions. I keep a running list of these odd requests. My list is appropriately named “Things I’ve Done for Money .” Making a bed sheet rope for this fun campaign is one of the most recent additions to my list.
New product loved by the hacker community and coveted by yours truly.
Sugru molds like play-dough, bonds to almost anything, and self-sets into flexible silicone after 24-hours. The ‘WTF is Sugru’ video above illustrates the many uses of this product. From custom grips on skis to repairing damaged cables, the potential uses of Sugru are broad. I can see Sugru becoming an essential item in my kit used for basic repairs, fixes, and prop making. It is important to note that Sugru is heat-resistant up to 356° Farenheit so any custom rigging or hacking around hot lights will not melt, burn, or smoke like other adhesive or putties; AWESOME! READ MORE