Well, I've been away from this again for too long. So here I am again. Went to Wayside last night and saw a fantastic performance of "Slueth." With Ray Ficca and Bill Largess, how could it be anything but? Great job guys! It was good to see some old friends again after "Killer Angels." Even though most of them were too "tired" to socialize after the show. Missed Warner (where did
you go?) Thanks to Wade, Theresa and Larry (yes, Larry showed up!: WHOO HOO!). It was good to re-meet Richard too! Nice to have a Guinness at the Pub. Didn't think I missed that, but I guess I did. A few friends seemed a little "distanced" though? Perhaps just my perception (always a possibility with me). Perhaps it was they changed my make-up design for a character in the show? Of which is fine with me. As a make-up artist you have to be willing to see changes. The director has to go with what they think works. AND I wasn't there for tech, so I have no idea how the change came about. Not that it matters. Of course I would have preferred to have been informed before
I saw the show, but even still not a problem for me.
Speaking of make-up... Big news here. The blog is going to start a new path. I'm going to plot out the creation of a new company. Yep, I'm in the process of starting a new company! My good friend Bob Yoho, who is a great special effects make-up artist and I are joining forces to create a full service make-up company. Most of my experience is with stage and his is with film, so we have a great team coverage there. Plus I do more in the line of Fashion work and he does far more work in special effects. So we compliment each others talents and experience very well. Stay tuned for more information as we develop the company. After all, we're just getting started!
The photo above is Bob applying Devlin The Destroyer to me for the film "Sorcerer of Stonehenge School."