I’ve returned from vacation! I’ve missed you guys. I hope you’ve have been having a great summer!
(style credits for this image at this link: Immortal)
I haven’t logged in to Second Life just yet, and I probably won’t for another few days, but I did want to share a quick post. I was recently featured in the August 2015 issue of Windlight Magazine and I thought I would share the interview with my readers. Windlight Magazine is slightly different than most of the SL fashion magazines I have worked with in the past. Windlight Magazine is a publication about the art and photography world of Second Life. The goal of Windlight Magazine is to support artists, photographers, galleries, and related events.
I think it’s a great way of showcasing the artistic side of Second Life, which doesn’t often get much coverage. That’s why I was very honored when they asked me to be interviewed. As always, I cringed at my responses whilst reading it just now, lol. Always embarrassed to see my responses once they are published. But all in good fun and I’m very happy to be featured. A big thank you to the Windlight Magazine team for the feature!
I know it’s not Friday but I have a few things that I wanted to tell you guys about so here is a weekly roundup!
Photographer of the week:Moos Hultcrantz – His stream is like a work of art. Beautiful Second Life imagery.
GEN-Neutral Event – A new and unique event is starting up this September so I wanted to highlight it. “GEN-Neutral is an event designed to serve the purpose of outfitting gender non-conformists with high quality options from some of the best designers on the grid.“
Flickr Project: SUN IS SHINING AND SO ARE YOU: Lolita Oleander has started a new flickr project. She’s asking people to create images holding signs with lyrics from Sun Is Shining by Axwell /\ Ingrosso. You can pick up the signs from her marketplace for free and then submit your images to her flickr group. She is planning to use all the images in the flickr group for a special project.
Paradise Lost – The Movie: Paradise Lost is a very elaborate theater production by the Basilique Performing Arts Company. It has now been turned into a full length movie which will be featured on September 19th. To celebrate the premier of the movie, Canary Beck is holding a Paradise Lost Photo Contest with a total of L$ 20,000 in cash prizes. Good luck if you decide to enter!
The Drax Files: World Makers [Episode 31: Tom Boellstorff]: “Anthropologist Tom Boellstorff sees no difference between doing ethnographic research in Indonesia or among the residents of a digital universe like Second Life.” Probably one of Drax’s best and most powerful episodes of World Makers. This one should definitely be shared with the masses!
#BerrySpotting: Drax has apparently been spotting me in the real world and has created a hashtag on Twitter about it. That drink looks pretty delicious Drax!
Second Life: How to Navigate an Online Virtual World (and Maybe Even Make Some Money): Second Life was featured on moviepilot.com and of course a big part of their focus was on sex. What I thought was really lame though is it looks as if they have used images from Second Life bloggers and have not credited or linked to them. I could be wrong though. I really do hope that’s not the case. In any case, at least they used updated images of SL.
Buzzfeed Quiz of the Week: Which 90’s Movie Girl Are You? – This one kind of shocked me but I think as I’m getting older, I am becoming more like Kat. This was one of my fav 90s movies too!
I think I’ve covered everything I’ve missed while on vacation that I wanted to highlight. If you’ve emailed me in the past two weeks, please be patient, I’ll get back to you shortly. I have a bunch of emails I’m still sorting through. Thank you! <3
Please Note: All of the images in this post are raw shots and have not been enhanced in Photoshop. Back in March, Saffia Widdershins, Editor of Prim Perfect magazine, asked me to write a general introductory article about mesh bodies. Most of my blog readers already know all about mesh bodies and probably already own a […] Continue reading →
Ferosh is a digital publication that explores real life fashion trends through the medium of Second Life. I was recently asked to do a boho-themed editorial for their summer trend issue. This was my take on it. Click over to issuu.com to read the Ferosh Summer Trend issue. My editorial starts on page 265. A […] Continue reading →
Photograph by the incredibly talented Antonietta Canucci About a month ago I was approached by Trouble Dethly about being featured on the cover of the inaugural issue of Eclipse Magazine. This is a new magazine so I didn’t know much about it, but I did like the way he described it. Their concept for the […] Continue reading →
The January/February issue of Love to Decorate Magazine has been released and I was asked to do a few images for the “Winter Adventures” segment this month. If you are not familiar with Love to Decorate, I suggest you click over to their blog and check them out. They have become one of the best […] Continue reading →
Libby Farleigh, the publisher of Fusion Magazine recently contacted me and requested I do two images for her special Wedding issue. They have a segment on weddings around the world so she asked me to share some colorful imagery depicting indian wedding traditions. Indian weddings are usually a big celebration of two families coming together, […] Continue reading →
For the summer issue of TREMPE mode magazine, I was asked to take you all on a journey through India. I tried to use mostly mesh items in this editorial, however there are still a few favorites from the pre-mesh era that I felt compelled to include. The build I’ve used in all of the […] Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I shared a photo of me and Miaa, it was a sneak shot I took while we were shooting for TREMPE Magazine. I was asked by the talented Anna Sapphire to join the team of a new fashion magazine that she has started by the name of TREMPE Mode. TREMPE Mode […] Continue reading →
I was recently asked by one of my most favorite people on the grid, DanicaSaerwen, to be on the cover of a new magazine she’s involved with. Of course I couldn’t say no to her and I’m really happy I didn’t. The cover turned out absolutely stunning and it was such a pleasure to work […] Continue reading →
Photography by Julie Hastings. For their September 2012 issue, ICON Magazine has put me on their cover. It’s truly an honor and the most exciting part for me was that I was photographed by Julie Hastings, someone that I look up to and whose work I greatly admire. Photography by Julie Hastings. A big thank […] Continue reading →
Photography by Aspen Huntress In the January 2012 issue of Avenue Magazine I popped up in a few places so I just wanted to briefly talk about all that and link you guys to it. I’ve been wanting to blog the first picture in this post for a while now. So when I saw it […] Continue reading →
oh hi, I’m back from my vacation and I thought I’d try out this blogging thing again. Although I do admit that I am kinda over fashion blogging. I’m thinking of just sticking to blogging random gibberish, social media and my naked pixels. So yeah, I think I will…maybe, I dunno…I’ll think about it. Oh […] Continue reading →
The October issue of Avenue Magazine has just hit the stands and for this month I thought I would talk about my favorite costume store on the grid, Deviance. If you’ve never been to Deviance, you’re missing out and should go check out the store…like right now. For all my style credits, check out pages […] Continue reading →
Photography by Rico Plisskin Last month talented photographer and designer, Rico Plisskin of Aphotic Gloom, asked me to pose for him wearing some mesh attire. I happily obliged because I love his work and I’m so glad I did. In this month of Too Sexy Magazine you will find me, along with very talented people, […] Continue reading →
For the September 2011 issue of Avenue Magazine I thought I would cover some of my favorite accessories for the vignettes column. There are so many content creators whose accessories and jewels I absolutely adore, it was hard to pick just a few. But I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. You’ll […] Continue reading →