It was a day well spent shooting this music video with my amazing and talented friend Vincent Haycock. Little did I know I’d be shooting in a Mexican candy & pinata store downtown until 4:00 in the morning dressed as a chola. I’ve been typecast for years as the sexy pin-up or edgy vampire-like role, so getting to play a cute, playful store clerk was refreshing… and smiling felt sort of strange.
09’s Christmas was filled with fun times!
Our lunch was asian inspired food, it was themed this year, it was such amazing food cooked by my Aunty and cousins. We had my Uncle taking our family portraits and group photos, which we get done every year.
A few of my older cousins and I took to my cousins room, cranked the music, had a dance and dressed up in her clothes, shortly after we were joined by most of the family in her medium sized room! it was good fun playing around with them!
By the end of the night after the pudding was lit on fire and the cheesecake was eaten, all 23 of us took a musical instrument and had a family jam session, great time to bond at Christmas.
Theses are a few photos from our dancing dress up time in my cousins room!
Hope you all had a fab x-mas!
Out and about in New York City. We went to check out all the pretty lights and the market up in Columbus Circle.
Bought a really nice christmas tree, my Canadian Lumberjack boyfriend carried it all the way home.
At the end of our day we had a SNOWBALL FIGHT!!!!!! I got a bit wet but it was so much fun!!!!
Me moosing around NYC =)
Unfortunately my friends wouldn’t let me play on their team at a local football friendly (think they didn’t trust my ball skills….)
but instead offered me a part in the cheerleading squad….
Our gear? Tiny shorts, lightsavers(complete with the woosh and lights,whoop whoop!) and hardhats!
I’m celebrating Thanksgiving with my family in Chicago, we made mashed potatoes, corn and green beans, scalloped turnips, scalloped oysters, gravy and Turkey with mushrooms and wine dressing, cider, montango cheese, peacan pie, apple cranberry pie and vanilla ice cream! Good thing we’re a whole bunch of people to eat it all! And this year our turkeys name is HOHOCO.
from Wisconsin - Happy Thanksgiving!