Everyone asks me the same question: How did you end up making masks?
let me tell you:
I have a strong background in theater, and ended up spending a lot of time in my late teens and early twenties working building props, masks, puppets, and scenery pieces for a local children's theater. This experience lead me to constantly bigger and better projects- I've made a bison head with five foot long horns, giant bugs and an elephant the size of a pony... and as much as I loved the larger more out there work, my favorite has always been masks.
In 2007, I got married and my husband and I had a masquerade wedding. When buying our masks, I was awed by the work that was available out there- from the elegant fantasy work in leather to the traditional papier mache masks of the Venetian…
- Born on December 19
- Joined March 29, 2008