It’s great to have you back for another issue of Alwayz Therro.
What a wonderful honor to be given another cover of Alwayz Therro Magazine. I’m longing to reunite with all the inspiration I have been energized with since my last visit to the “Big Apple”.
What kind of shoots have you been into since we last spoke?
Since then my photo shoots have dearly focused on my love of NYC’s retro techno vibe. My last shoot for AT really emphasized this by wearing retro red against a black brick wall of NYC’s vintage underground. The opportunity with AT publication has grounded my style of the alarming red set against the old school. This time I conducted my shoot onboard a fully restored vintage 1920’s yacht.
Where did you get your inspiration for Issue 76?
In my home town these sailing crafts are a rarity and often belong to the diehard yachting enthusiast. With not much but red lipstick and a pair of solid 18 kt gold bangles, I complimented it with some red & white French lace lingerie. This time for me performing a shoot in a more natural style was an important part of my self-completion in terms of a successful photo shoot without the need for heavy set makeup and the so called contouring which many are accustomed to. Feeling proud with one’s self was ultimately the goal. Let me tell you it was no easy task to shoot on a sailing yacht. The wind so chilly it created goose bumps on my skin. The moving vessel along with changing cloud cover would have given my photographer Nick Krywdzinski a nice challenge. As one of my primary photographers Nick was a solid choice, he loves the ocean and never gets sea sick.
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