Music Video On Set Photos!

June 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Making of and On Set Photos

Behind the Scenes, Making of Featurette Coming Soon!

 

WARDROBE AND PROPS

Below: A compilation of shots illustrating the development of my costume through time. I started with the weapon, (Top Right) and as I gained props and wardrobe I tried different variations. You see on the left side, my finished costume. One of my favorite parts of this costume was the beautiful cut that Nicole Chilleli of Vicious Vanity FX applied. 

Above: The boots used were a gift from back in 2007 from one of my two best friends when I lived in Japan, Lauma (Middle) who is seen next to Andrea ( Left) and myself (Right). They are from somewhere in Eastern Europe. The laces were hers and I havent touched them since. 

Above (Right) : I also use a hat from my Japan days as well as seen here, in 2007 and then again in my wardrobe for this music video (Below).

Below: Taking Blank props and painting them was so much fun! So many many bones though. Good thing I had 30rock to keep my company!

Above: (Left)Production Assistant Rachel Richardson from Fulfilms Productions helps bloody up the bones before filming (Right)

 

Below: A sample of how I distressed (and dried) my wardrobe. I love the storm trooper shirt I was able to dig uP. One of my hidden nerd jokes in this video.

 

MAKEUP: VICIOUS VANITY FX STUDIOS

Below: Nicole Chilleli and a member of her all female makeup team beginning their painting on Karen Tracy Ung. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

ON SET

Below: Karen Tracy Ung and Mariko Fujimoto as survivors of the Zombie Apocalypse as Co-Director and Cinematographer Ryan Richardson of Fulfilms Productions operates the camera.

Below: Myself while shooting solo shots.

   

Below: The crew and I walking to our next setup. A lovely day for walkers.

Below: Jesamine Scoggins, Karen tracy Ung and Mariko Fujimoto on set as survivors. I loved this set. It did so much of the work for us in creating a inspiring environment for the cast and crew.

 

Below: Working with Ryan was a blessing! He let me direct as much as I wanted and was able to direct me when I had my scenes. Loved every second of it!


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