I have found that I don’t like to talk too much about the work I helped with at Izquierdo Studios. Perhaps I feel like it is more appropriate to talk more about my own work, because I did the majority of the work, and therefore earned bragging rights.
However, now that I’m trying to acquire a position on bigger projects, I’m having to show evidence that I have worked on some big and famous stuff.
So here, I’ll present to you some photos and footage that we at Izquierdos worked on for the 2010 Oscars. We made the costumes for all the female backup dancers, as well as costumes worn by the lovely Amanda Seyfried, Vanessa Hudgens, and Beyonce. My personal role in this project was to shop for the materials, and I now think I can cut a lapel and sew a butt ruffle in my sleep. A lot of people worked on this, and I think it definitely came together nicely.
I suppose I actually will start talking more about the cool stuff Izquierdos enabled me to do. Since, after all, it is where I learned my best tricks.
Also, I have no idea why any of this is underlined. Blogger seems to be having a seizure, or might just be in a grumpy mood.
Unfortunately, I was unable to get up to Toronto for FAT, the Alternative Arts and Fashion Week this year, which I’ve participated in via Pie magazine and Imagozine, for the past 2 years. It made me sad, but at least I had one costume up in Toronto this weekend!
Here are some photos from the Anachronism NYC event at Webster Hall by the awesome photogoddess, Holly Van Voast.