Style on the Spot: The set of Going in Circles, a new film by University of New Orleans student Marc Raymond
Slate for the movie Going in Circles directed by Mark Raymond
Rashaan Ison, nephew and sometimes my photo lighting assistant
Edwin Vidaurre, a Gap employee who’s starting to learn about photography
Vidaurre says he’s a smart shopper and purchased his wares at Gap on sale.
Chris Martin, camera operator and Mark Raymond, the director of the movie.
Adrione Domino, an actress in the movie
Adrione Domino and the director of photography, DJ McConduit.
Style on the Spot: The Ogden Museum of Southern Art Fashion Camp
Two weeks of intense classroom instruction will come down to a stylish ten minutes during a runway show on Friday, featuring teen fashion designers as they showcase their work for the Odgen Museum of Southern Art's Fashion Camp. The camp is in its second year, and its upcoming showcase will feature at least one look by all fourteen students. Grayson Gold, a two-time camper, remains the lone male participant, but that hasn't stopped him. This is his fourth runway show, after participating in Haute and Handmade (2011) and Fashion Week New Orleans (2012).
The camp was founded by Veronica Cho, a New Orleans native and veteran of the fashion industry. Cho based the summmer program on her education from Parsons School of Design.
The show begins at 12:30 p.m. this Friday, July 20.
A couple of Madsion Holmes's sketches
Ellie Pearlman lives in Chicago and visits family in New Orleans every summer. Ciera Roberson is trying to make her second look and Pearlman is making a dress out of puzzle pieces.
S. Broussard makes a dress out of a shower curtain; the finished product will resemble lace.
Grayson Gold standing among the classes' customized dress forms.
Veronica Cho, the lead instructor, working with Carolyn Cerminaro
Trying on the dress