Her observations of the tribal culture of fashion are clearly informed by her degree in Creative Writing and experiences as a model, stylist and art director, but it is her understanding of how make up, hair and fashion should be accepted as an art form that ignites the imagination. When reading her blog it is possible to get lost in her reverence for creativity, and it is conceivable that you may never wish to return home.
I believe fashion is art. We are canvases and anyone who would like to argue that with me I am ready to debate. To ignore adornment of the body is just ignoring ourselves and a lack of self-expression.
Twisted Lamb's observation of West Coast Make up artists Adam Tenenbaum, Jessica Lynn Atreides and Andrew Jones, in 'The Future of Make Up', underpins the desire for the creative spectacle to be considered as a manufactured cultural symbol. It also extends the boundaries of acceptable forms of expression while beginning to place the construction of makeup and hair in the arena of an intellectual topic. So the lines are drawn, what type of visionary are you?