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Interview With The Director Tim Gates of The Film Dog By Chris 30/4/09

Dog is gonna be one awesome horror movie, I known about it for a few years now since Michelle Page is the lead in it as Lizzie Hansen

The sneak peek of the film on their myspace page was awesome. This is gonna be a horror movie that is really something.

So read the interview below, the director tim gates gave some solid answer and he and this film and the cast are people to watch out for.

Dog Website

1. How did the film come about?

My Producer and friend Jeff Solano met a friend he had not seen for some time while surfing myspace. They talked about doing something together and his friend, James Korloch, had this idea for a story. Jeff sent me the first 20 pages and we decided to pull the trigger. We began by networking on myspace and other sites and the project began to steamroll. Before we knew it, we were talking to Harry Manfredini, Vincent Guastini, David Fine and many more. The project just took on a life of its own. We kept referring to it as a strange energy because it was.

2. What was the inspiration behind the story?

James had visited a salvage yard and got this strange feeling…what if something was watching me, there’s the entire premise for the script.

3. How long did it take to film the movie?

We shot the movie in four weeks. A true guerrilla production. We could have knocked it out sooner but we had many things slow us down. Often we didn’t have or couldn’t find props that we needed and then at the last possible moment they would just magically appear. Also, since we were on such a tight budget we didn’t want to go into overtime or have forced calls with our SAG talent. So in this respect the pace was fairly calm.

4. How did having a talented actor being Michelle Page as the lead in the film. what did it do for the movie?

I was truly blessed with an extremely talented cast. Michelle Page is awesome and very easy to work with. She listens and takes direction great but most of the time her instincts were right on so I could concentrate more on the composition and the blocking. David Fine, Anthony Hornus and Debbie Rochon were awesome as well. David brought a creepy subtext to the character and Anthony has one of the most frightening moments on screen that I have ever seen. Debbie brought an extremely visceral quality to her performance that is so thick you can walk on it. Any time you direct such fantastic talent it makes everything go faster and easier. Michelle and the others were always prepared and we could just smoke through the scenes in a few takes which would give us time to experiment.

5. How did she get involved with the film?

Actually, we had a very difficult time casting Lizzie. We looked at hundreds of resumes and head shots. We wanted Lizzie to be blonde with a red streak in her hair. Many actresses wouldn’t even consider bleaching their hair. I figured they must not be to serious about wanting a career in film. Finally, David Fine suggested Michelle and I loved her audition. She arrived on set with a red plug in her hair and ready to make a movie. If I remember correctly, Michelle was cast about a week before we began principal photography.

6. What did she bring to the part of Elizabeth ‘Lizzie’ Hansen?

Lizzie was created to be a tough girl from years of living in dysfunction with an alcoholic father. Michelle brought this but at the same time kept the feminine quality that I thought was important to the role. I didn’t want Lizzie to be as hard as cast iron, I wanted her to still have the emotional vulnerability that most women have. This way she would be a believable character that everyone could relate to. This is what Michelle brought and I think she brought it on perfectly.

7. How did the internet play as part of the film making process?

As I mentioned earlier, Myspace played a huge role in bringing the film together. There are many other sites that we exploited as well. IMDB brought us a lot of attention because we posted a casting call on that site. Not to mention even the simple aspects of the internet such as email. Many of the business transactions and auditions were done through email or Youtube. Many of the talent that we looked at either had a Myspace page or a personal website so we could view their reel. The internet was and still is a vital part of this production and all future productions.

8. Do you think horror websites and places like IMDB and youtube will help promote the movie?

First of all, IMDB is great because many of the people involved with this project have many great and interesting projects other than DOG. So when someone looks up Michelle or Vincent they see DOG and wonder what it is. They find out and interest shoots up. Debbie Rochon has done articles in Sirens Of Cinema and Scars magazine which also brings promotion via the internet. Everyday we hear how newspapers are struggling or going out of business. It’s because more and more readers are getting their news from the internet and therefore all internet websites are absolutely essential to the promotion of just about anything, especially DOG.

9. How did people like David Fine & Larry Laverty get involved with the film ?

I believe that David Fine came to us through Myspace. David is a networking genius. He and Larry Laverty are close friends so that is how Larry became involved. We only had Larry for two days but I hope to work with him on bigger roles in the future. I can’t tell you what David brought to the project but when you see DOG you’ll know because his character is great, he and Anthony almost steal the movie.

10. Was it hard to make the film with a very little budget?

Yes. I just came off a film where everyone was trying to play it like Hollywood. You can’t do that unless you have millions of dollars. Fortunately, I understand enough of the entire process that I could work around some of these things. The one mistake I made though was underestimating how much post work I was going to have. For instance, I have a decapitation scene in the beginning of the film that I had all planned out to polish in post. However, when I actually started the compositing and polishing work it took much longer than I anticipated. I think I still did okay since I’m not a hundred man post facility but an army of one.

11. How has the feedback from the film been at festival like?

We actually just finished showing the film at our first festival, BareBones, where Michelle Page won Best Actress and I won Best Editor. So, feedback is fantastic so far.

12. Were you happy the way the film turned out?

Yes, but I’m not going to lie to you, I want to do better. Show me a director that wouldn’t go back and change things. Filmmaking is that art of compromise right from the beginning. This project doesn’t have any A list actors involved and it wasn’t shot by Kaminski. With all that being said, if you realize how much we spent and where we spent it, combined with how we actually pulled this off…I’m very happy with the way the film turned out. People are going to really enjoy DOG.

13 Do you plan to work with Michelle Page again?

Michelle is great and I would love to work with her again. My next film is probably going to be a WWII piece so there isn’t much of a call for female talent but Michelle is definitely on the table for future roles.

14. What is next for the movie?

We are getting ready for our premiere in May.
15. Was it hard to get finance for the film?

Yes and no. We obtained our first investor rather quickly. Unfortunately, we wound up going into principal photography so quickly that we ran out of time to pursue further investment. It all worked out for the better I suppose.

16. What did you learn from making of this film that you can use for future features?

This project taught me a lot about contracts and how to have them written. I’ll know better next time. I was also caught in a problem of back ordered equipment. Hopefully, I won’t have to deal with that the next time.

17. What was the editing process like for the film?

Editing was pretty straight forward. I was shooting this with the cuts in mind so there were not too many surprises.

18. Is their anything you wouldn’t do next time that you did this time in regards to making of the film?

The biggest thing that I want to change the next time is prep time. I went into this shooting from the hip. I didn’t have time to break it down properly and story board the script shot by shot. I work good under pressure and I improvise very well but I think the preparation would have only improved the project if for no other reason than reducing my stress level.

19. What next for yourself?

Forward march! We’re working on getting our next project launched. I just came off a feature that I did the lighting on and I did an infomercial right before that. So, between paying the bills and promoting DOG, it’s all about getting the script for the next one ready and bringing all the pieces together.

20. Were their any major problems when making the film?

My camera stabilizer was about three weeks late so I didn’t have any time to practice with it. We were two or three days into principal photography when it arrived and I just put it on and started shooting. My learning curve was fast but I wish I would have had it earlier. We were suppose to shoot a scene that needed police cars and an ambulance. We were trying for weeks to acquire these and weren’t having any luck. Larry Laverty was here from San Francisco and Jim O’Rear was here from Nashville so we had to shoot that evening. About eleven AM James calls to tell me that he got the cars and the ambulance. It all worked out. It seems like the entire project went that way so the major problem was my blood pressure.

21. Is it hard to make an independent film in this day and age?

The craft itself has not changed so in this respect it’s as difficult as it has always been, you still need to know how to make a movie. On the other hand, technology is becoming more and more affordable. You can lay your hands on a hi-def camera for a few thousand and be ready to roll. It’s still out of the hands of most people but if you really want it then it’s there for the taking.

22. What advice can you give to some one wanting to make a independent film?

Start saving your money now because you’re going to need it. Making a film costs money, you better start trying to find it now. Even if you have access to all the equipment and talent you need, you still need to feed your cast and crew. Have you paid for meals for everyone lately? Even just providing craft service (snacks and drinks) to production staff cost money. You’ve heard about making feature films for the price of a used car, are you going to make your actors pack a lunch? You need to know what you’re getting into. It’s going to cost money and you need to have this figured out before you begin. Also, test your script. You may think it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread but until you hear someone read it out loud the truth may not be clear. Just because you can write it and read it in your mind doesn’t mean it’s going to simply roll off the tongue. Most importantly, network and build alliances. You may be able to make a movie by yourself but
it will take you twenty years. Build a team of like minded people that will help you form an army to go off to war in this collaborative process called filmmaking. Put on your armor, put your chin up, smile, nourish your mind and body, and give that film all the love you can possibly give. But most important of all…DON”T GIVE UP!

One For The Team

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Interview With One For The Team By Chris 29/4/09

One For The Team are a great band who I discovered online, writing and playing some great music. Naturally an interview was a must. So read on

One For The Team Website

1. Are you happy how the new release turned out?

I am very happy with how this turned out. To be completely honest, I am surprised as to how the fidelity ended up so high — simply because I did it all in my bedroom and pretty much expected it to sound that way. It was a lot of fun to slow things down and take a step back and focus on different aspects of our songs.

2. What was the inspiration for it?

Well, all of our songs start off this way. They are generally quiet and slow and start in my bedroom. I wanted to make a record that was true to the beginning of the process to show people where things begin.

3. What inspires the band when writing music?

Things around me in my everyday life that spark my interest tend to find their way into my songs. Things people say, articles I read. I often feel like a sponge. You know, sponging information all around me, and then I get rung out when I write a song. Bad analogy maybe, but that’s how I feel!

4. Has the internet help with getting your music out there?

Absolutely. We all love blogs and feel fortunate to have been embraced by that community.

5. What do you think of major record labels and the new 360 deals?

Fish have to swim, birds have to eat. In the end, those deals really don’t effect us much; but I do understand that, in order for this industry to exist on that level, sacrifices need to made. At this point, it seems like the artist is making the sacrifice, once that doesn’t work, perhaps the roles will reverse.

6. How did the recording of the new release go?

It was a blast. It was nice to be home and experiment with how an apartment sounds rather than a studio.

7. Do you think ITunes is a good thing for the music industry?

Yes. With the easy accessibility of iTunes, anyone anywhere can buy a record without the band needing to have their record distributed to the buyer’s neighborhood. Beyond that, there is no ceiling prevent any artist from selling 1,000,000 copies, whereas before, 1,000,000 physical products needed to be manufactured.

8. Has Myspace helped gained the band a new audience?

I’m not sure if it has brought in a new audience, but it certainly has provided for a great way for us to connect with our fans — which is why we’re doing this in the first place really: to connect with people and talk about music.

9. What has been the highlight for the band so far?

My personal highlight was playing in the offices of Spin Magazine. That was a ton of fun. Beyond that, we just really like being in a band and it makes us happy.

10. What has been the response like to the music you make?

Very positive, which is wonderful and we greatly appreciate all of the support.

11. Who has been the biggest help for the band so far?

Our wonderful visual artist: Bradley Hale of Now, Now Every Children.

12. What next for the band?

We’re touring the West Coast in May, Europe in July and recording our new LP in August at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco. Beyond that, Grace and Elliot are finishing their undergraduate degrees, and Ian’s new book comes out in October.

13. What don’t you like about the music industry?

I run Afternoon Records, which means that I spend every waking moment of my life within the music industry. I really enjoy it, however, my one true qualm is that not everyone is particularly kind. The music industry has developed a reputation for being built upon bad attitudes, and it is my hope that that changes.

Carley Tanchon

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Interview With Carley Tanchon By Chris 18/4/09

Carley Tanchon is an amazing singer songwriter, who music I dug at first listen.She got one heck of a voice and the songwriting skills to match. This girl going to go far and her debut album Peridot will see that happen

Carley Website

1. Are you happy how the album turned out?

Extremely. I had a great team that I worked with for the project and they
helped it come together in a beautiful. I played a major role in every
aspect beyond the mere composition and performance including production
and artwork – so in so many ways, this is a huge representation of
everything that I am. Not only as an artist, but as a person.

2. What was the inspiration for the album?

I don’t know that there was any specific inspiration at the start. I want
to be touring and playing shows and to do that, I need my music to be
heard. Getting something I can put into people’s hands was so important –
and I couldn’t be happier to hand them this. The title of the album
“Peridot” holds value in that it’s my mother’s birthstone – in addition to
embodying a great deal of sentiment in regards to the ancient purpose of
the stone. I always tell people to go online and check it out:
To me, in a lot of ways, “Peridot” fulfills many of the same healing
purposes that I believe music is meant to fulfill.

3. what inspires you when writing music?

Everything on the album I wrote myself. It’s a combination of things –
from love and heartache to restlessness and desperation. I try to be
honest and rarely embellish – and I think it’s honesty that people
gravitate toward.

4. has the internet help with getting your music out there?

Definitely. Without the internet, independent artists would have no
chance. That’s how I’m able to keep in touch with people, and maintain a
strong presence nationwide, without needing the backing of a label.

5. What do you think of major record labels and the new 360 deals?

I think a deal is a deal. They each serve their own purpose. Regardless,
it gives you exposure. Although, with major labels, so often there is so
much political BS that goes on that it can take forever for an artist to
actually be released and so their often stuck in a cycle. However,
everyone struggles with patience these days. I think distribution is
really the main benefit of a deal anyway.

6. How did the recording of the album go?

Great. There were 6 of us in the studio for 4 days and we did everything.
I worked with friends, all who I studied at Berklee College of Music
together. Everyone jumped around on instruments – whatever we had to do
to get it together. It was awesome. Great people can create great

7. how did the collaborations with other people help shape the album

As I said, I wrote everything by myself… I’ve done a lot more cowriting
since recording, but nothing that is on the record is co-written.

8. was the recording process to the new album different to the old one?

Debut album baby! I’ve always recorded in intimate settings though – it’s
my favorite way to do it.

9. What do you hope the album will do for your music career?

Get me heard. I want to keep building. One fan at a time. I hope that
everyone will be excited – and that each of those people will tell a
friend. I’m all about the personal relationship. People matter, and I
never want to be someone who seems like some distant artist that no one

10. What has been the response like to the music you make?

Wonderful. The album was a long time coming and highly anticipated. I’m
working on a tour schedule right now to do a lot of promotion over the
summer and into the fall.

11. Who have your enjoyed playing with the most?

My guitar player, Adam Tressler. He’s in New York now (I’m in Nashville)
and I miss him terribly. We’ve played together since we were 14. I did
my first gig with him. He’s my inspiration.

12. How did you get into music?

My mom. Started me in singing at 3, piano at 6 and guitar at 8. She was
a singer in a country band down in Georgia in her early 20’s. Music had
always been her dream and I feel that she passed it along to me.

13. What don’t you like about the music industry?

That things have become so artificial in so many aspects. A lot of the
beauty of a raw, live talent have been lost – I’m trying to get back to
that and stay true to myself.

Julie Dickson

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Interview With Julie Dickson By Chris 13/4/09

Julie Dickson is an actor and model out South Australia, but she also manages a local hip hop group, runs a spray tanning company, writing two scripts, she one busy person. With some work to be released this year this actor is a person to watch out for so read on.

Julie Website

1. Why did you become a model?

It all happened when I was living in Brisbane I entered a modeling competition and enjoyed it so much and it really boosted my confidence, from there I had photographers contact me wanting to do photo shoots which was more suitable for me due to my height restrictions (I only stand at 157cm!!) Modeling for me is something I enjoy doing, it is great to work with a fantastic photographer and create outstanding photos.

2. What have you learn’t from being one?

A few things actually ! It is amazing the amount of editing that the photographer puts in to make you look perfect. Sometimes I look at a photo and be like “is that really me!?” Models you see in magazines look nothing like their photos just like me when I wake up in the morning !! I have also learned that it is hard work! After a shoot you are guaranteed to wake up with a sore back and neck as some of the most uncomfortable and un-natural poses look the most amazing.

3. How did you get involved with the film The Counterpart?

I had literally just arrived in South Australia and knew not a sole at that time. I registered myself and my modeling photos on a site called StarNow, and Lucas Scheffel the Producer/Director made contact with me to play a minor role. From there he cast me to play not only one but two minor roles and the main character of “Loud Lilly” a hard ass Pommy Hit Woman. The Film is set for a premiere screening on the 16th May 2009 and will be available on DVD. Lucas was impressed by the fact that I had played an extra in the film “Undead” that is what caught his attention.

4. Has the internet helped with getting you work and getting yourself more known as an actor?

Absolutely !! Everyone is on the internet these days and it is a fantastic promotional and marketing tool.

5. Are their any plans to go overseas with the acting?

In the future most definitely !! For now though a move interstate may be the go. I have many goals that I want to achieve however I know that I have to work dam hard to get there.

6. How do you prepare for a role?

I live the life of my character and do a lot of research, acting is very strange…. I imagine that I am holding a pill that is full of my characters life and emotion and then I swallow it and become the character. Every actor has their own way, this one works for me. It’s a hard thing to explain.

7. How did you get into acting?

Ever since I was a little girl I have loved the spotlight and was always involved in school plays and performances. Through High School I studied Speech and Drama and after school you would find me at the local theatre group rehearsing rather than at my desk at home studying Math or history. I spent the first 7 years of my life in my home town in Scotland in the UK and used to watch Neighbors and Home and Away and I used to say to mum and dad every time it came on “I want to be on that show”…. I’m still waiting but it will happen…

8. How is that coming along?

I am working on something new each month, I am very lucky at the moment as the doors of opportunity are starting to open in all directions. In this industry you have to take the highs with the lows and success, fame and fortune don’t happen overnight. I am working very hard but enjoying the ride.

9. What has been the highlight of both? I Can’t really say, every step in my career I take is a highlight as they help me move forward. I find it strange that people look up to me and that I inspire so many people I am just me and very down to earth I don’t take compliments very well lol but I guess it is a highlight being inspirational.

10. Do you think shows like underbelly have help getting more good work for actors in Australia?

Yes. And I really think their should be more like it. Australia has so much talent and potential however the work is just no there. Television is full of reality TV shows these days and although they are entertaining it doesn’t look to good for the acting industry.

11. What has been your favorite modeling campaign so far?

I have enjoyed all of them, but I must say getting in Zoo Weekly 7 times in one year was a great marketing strategy even though I didn’t ask for it.

12. What is on your stereo at the moment?

I am actually listening to T.D.B “My Baby” T.D.B (Tha Deadly Boyz) are a hip hop rap duo that I just happen to manage.

13. What are some of your favorite musical artists/bands?

I love Local bands such as T.D.B (of course) as well as Sonic Monkey. I love Dance music and have to say my favorite at the moment is Cascada.

14. What movies you have seen lately you have really enjoyed?

I love scary movies and went and saw Friday the 13th as well as the other night watched “Solcist” and “Shrooms”. I recently watch “House Bunny” and loved that as well for a bit of light hearted fun.

15. What are your favorite movies?

Braveheart, The Notebook, Legally Blonde & Princess Diaries and pretty much anything scary !!

16. What is next for you? I am in the process of writing two scripts for a short and feature film. The feature that I am writing is based on true events and I will more than likely play the main character in it, I am striving for a cinema release and hoping to get some big names involved. I also have a few projects here and there including short films & Music Videos where I am acting and/or assistant directing as well as planning more modeling shoots. I own my own mobile spray tanning business “Socialite Tans” and am the Business Development Manager for “Scheffilm Productions” as well as Manage T.D.B.. my life is hectic but I know with hard work and persistence I can make all my dreams come true. Acting is where my passion lies though and I try to focus the majority of my energy in that direction.

17. Who would you most like to work with?

Mel Gibson & Cameron Diaz

Missy Tarrington

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Interview With Missy Tarrington By Chris 6/4/09

Missy Tarrington studies Communications and yes does Modelling so read on, she gave some good answers

1. Why did you decide to become a model?

1. Modeling was something I’d always wanted to do since I was a little girl, I remember flipping through YM and Seventeen Magazine and always wanting to look just like those girls when I grew up! I asked my mom when I was younger if I could model and she said when I turned 18 I could do whatever I wanted, and once I was in college I decided to pursue it.

2. What has opened doors for your modelling career?

2. Doors have started to open up to me much more now in my career since I posed for Playboy’s October 2008 issue of the Girls of the Big Ten

3. Have you learn’t a lot from the experience?

3. Throughout my modeling career I’ve really learned to be happy with myself and how I look no matter what happens. As a model I have to be strong enough to face rejections and still hold my head high and know that I am still beautiful inside and out and if others dont see that or appreciate it, then I’ll just find someone who will. So in that sense I’ve really had to learn how to be strong willed and believe in myself.

4. Has your website helped you get modelling job?

4. My website has manily been a good source for fans to go on and read my bio and learn a little bit more about the real me and see some of my modeling pictures throughout my career as well as find what my latest appearance is, etc. I have definitely gotten some career opportunities from my website as well which is always great!

5. Do you think it is a good tool?

5. I think that having my own website is a great tool for me because it gets hard to know who to trust through facebook and myspace, so typically people who email me from my website are sending me serious inquiries whether they want a signed picture or they want to offer me a job of somekind, then I can look those people up easier from there. It has been great for me to have.

6. Who would you most like to work with?

6. I would love to work with Victoria’s Secret Catalogue and be one of their “Angels”

7. Which models do you look up to?

7. I definitely look up to the Aussie model Miranda Kerr I think she is so adorable and she kind of has the innocent girl next door look that I think I possess as well, which is probably why I pay more attention to her. Other models I really like are Alexandria Ambrosio, Gisele Bundchen and Marissa Miller

8. Have you had any bad feedback?

8. Overall everyone important to me has been extremely supportive of me posing for Playboy, there will always be those people who find it necessary to email me with their opinion on the matter and everyone is entitled to think whatever they want, but the only people who really ever effect me are those closest to me so that’s all the really matters.

9. Which Magazine would you most like to be on the cover for?

9. Sports Illustrated Swim Suit Edition and Playboy Magazine of course 🙂

10. What kinda shoot would most not do?

10. I wouldn’t do anything that would represent me in a negative light or make me look trashy in anyway

11. If you could be in a music video who’s would it be?

11. When I was younger I always wanted to be in an Aerosmith video, but now i guess I’d probably want to be in a Justin Timberlake music video because he always has such hott music videos with such good looking women

12. Who has helped you out the most?

12. My family, friends and boyfriend have helped me out the most in my career. I turn to them with everything I do and get their opinion and advice and without them I would be nowhere! In the beginning of my career I worked with a photographer named Eugene Nichols and he is the one who first helped me get experience and my foot in the door, he gave me great opportunities and worked with me to get me to where I am today as well.

13. Do you think the Internet has helped you get Jobs?

13. I wouldn’t say that the internet has helped me get specific jobs, but it has really helped me get some recognition and my name out there!

14. What is on your stereo at the moment?

14. My car stereo right now is playing Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Ashlee Simpson, Nirvana, Miley Cyrus 🙂 , Justin Timberlake and The Fray

15. What are some of your favourite musicial artists/bands?

15. I love love love Britney Spears, Rihanna and Taylor Swift, I also really love fun club songs that my friends and I can dance to

16. Do you think MySpace has helped with getting modeling jobs?

16. No myspace definitely not, I dont even go on myspace really i think its kinda creepy, all i get is an overload of messages and wierd comments and I dont know more than 5 people on myspace so i dont really go on too often. I really love Facebook and I go on there daily, however I dont think its helped me ever get work but it has been a good way to get my name out there and what I do.

17. What have you learned from studying communications?

17. My major, Communication Studies, has helped me learn a wide variety of things in media studies, broadcasting, marketing, public realations, etc. I feel as though it has prepared me for a variety of career paths which is great because I enjoy and am good at so many things that I have a hard time narrowing down exactly what I want to do for the rest of my life.

18. How will that help with the modeling?

18. Well Communications Studies doesn’t necessarily help with my modeling career, however I communicate with all kinds of people on a daily basis and being good at it I believe has gotten me to where I am because people think that there is more to me than just a pretty face and so in that sense I guess I could say studdying Communications in college has prepared me for most career situations including modeling.

19. What do you hope that will do for you?

19. Getting an education was very important to me and I feel as though it will help me in any route I choose to take in the job market.

20. What is next for yourself?
20. I was just recently reprinted in Playboys Jan/Feb 2009 Special Editions Magazine for Girls of the Big Ten, I had a two page spread and was pictured on their back cover. I was Playboys online Cyber Club Co-Ed of the Week for Feb 26th and happend to win their Co-Ed of the Month for April 2009. I am headed to Chicago this week to shoot for an aditional pictorial for their Cyber Club, they are doing a specific coverage on me for being their Co-Ed of the Month for April 2009 so I’m very excited about that and interested to see where that will go. I am currently seeking a career in Event/Wedding Planning and Broadcasting for Sports Entertainment Televison or possibly Radio. I am just trying to get as much experience as I can and continue to model while I can and I am not sure what the future holds for me but I know it will be doing something fun and that I love!

Thanks for your time any last words

Thank you so much! Be sure to check out my website
and keep up with me on my “Appearances Page”!