Friday, December 17, 2010

A Vain Modeling Experience.

VAIN Hair Salon in Seattle, Washington has made their 2011 Calendar a benefit for The Vera Project. I had the opportunity to model for this project in Spring of 2010.

The calendar is a 12-month glimpse at the history and hairstyles of music as seen through the creative forces at VAIN. It’s got hip hop, punk rock, glitter rock, classical, hair metal and more, with a special tribute to famed NYC nightclub Max’s Kansas City (pictured above on the calendar cover) that features members of Seattle’s music and arts community, shot by famed photographer Charles Peterson. The calendar also includes images by mega-talented photogs Curt Doughty and Peter Kearns, with hair and styling by VAIN.

Here are some pics from my shoot...and if you'd like a really cool calendar for 2011...Buy Now!


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