Artur Pirozhkov “Superstar” Music Video

I notice it’s been months since I’ve had something to show you. That doesn’t mean I haven’t been working, it just means that Hollywood sometimes takes a while to get things up online. This is a really fun music video I did back in January of this year for a comedian who is a bit…

“Good Meat Makes Gravy” Short Film

This past summer, I had the honor and privilege of coming together with talented friends and making an epic short film/album teaser for director/song-writer Ahmad. I was asked to be a co-star in the film and GLADLY accepted the offer. My character is a bubbly, eccentric singer Ahmad meets while waiting in an audition line, and she…

His and Hers

  Every marriage–like the one you’re about to hear from–has a two-sided perspective from the husband and wife. They strive to create a balance and keep God at the helm, but not many couples I know are having such a great impact on the artist community and the Lord’s people. Daniel and Melissa–the founders of MLoveizm Magazine–have…

Art in Transition

  One of the major reasons I was able to start a life in California was due to an awesome, God-fearing artist formally known as Amy Wagner. When we first met, we were both single women living in Hawaii. In a matter of two short years we both changed our last names and ventured into a new…

Revelations of Jerrell Conner

In February of 2008, I was invited to accompany The GroundUP Pirates on their first California art tour. A hand full of us flew over five hours of land and water anticipating what this could mean for GroundUP…and for ourselves. One of the artists was Amy Wagner. She’s known to have an entourage wherever she goes, and a few…

Freedom of Design

I’d seen her at different GroundUP art shows and noticed the talent behind her digital designs a while ago, but it wasn’t until a separate art show in the summer of 2008 when I finally met her and saw her portfolio. My friend and photographer Neilnorman showed me the new glossy business cards he just…

RZone hits the streets…literally.

  I’d say it’s pretty rude to throw someone’s artwork on the ground, but RZone has intentionally made pieces that you can walk on. She’s asked me to promote her new shoes–I KNOW, isn’t that so cool!–in my blog.