This holiday season, we taught a film class in Fishers, Indiana for Senior Style Guide on Senior Films. It was baller. Quite literally. Baller. Right Bailee!? ;). Janelle from Studio 116 hosted us, styled the models in Oak and Ivy Boutique, and set us up in her studio/ surrounding areas. She brought in hair and makeup by the talented Nikki Brown. When she asked me what I was looking for in models, I told her I wanted people with personality that would move on camera. Holy guacamole, did she deliver. These models had so much spunk, talent and strength. I just loved each one of them so much. AND, don’t even get me started on the attendees! This group of gals and guys was such a blast to hang out with. AND the talent… AHHH MAAA GAHHH!! I’m not going to lie. When Vickie told me the class sold out, I was about to pee my pants. My feelings were a mesh of total excitement and total panic. Ok… so only one person was married to someone who worked for Universal. No pressure. I spent some extra time in Savasana at my last yoga class before the trip (thank you Avon Lake Yoga) and remembered to breathe ;). Vickie from Senior Style Guide had everything organized perfectly (like always) and the day went great. John Scott from Robert’s Camera set up some amazing new lights (Nanlite) that could have doubled at lightsabers (in a galaxy far far away). It was a great way to get pumped for the film class at PUSH 2020 and our mentorship at the studio this winter. If you are a looking to take a film class, incorporate films to your business, make a branding video or set up a senior film session, give us a shout. We’re here for you! PEACE!
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