|I'm on camera!|
Jeanna is in the process of creating a documentary to bring awareness about appearance-related changes women go through during cancer treatments and to educate the public about oncology estheticians that train to assist women with these changes. Part of the documentary will contain interviews from cancer patients to understand their perspective and learn how Suite HOPE has helped.
When Jeanna asked if I would be interested in participating, I answered with a resounding "Yes!" As a little girl I dreamt of being on the big screen so a day of filming in a studio was a dream come true for me! To prepare, Jeanna had a creative director call and give me a pre-interview to help formulate good questions and answers. I thought through my answers a bit beforehand so I wouldn't (hopefully) be a total bumbling idiot once I arrived.
My mom and I drove down south of downtown to Stewart Cohen's studios. Check out his work here (pretty incredible, right?). I'm not going to lie, it was a little sketch-mcgee down there. I'm not sure if it made me feel better or worse that there was a police officer in the parking lot. I suppose it is where you picture a super artsy studio to be though.
|Thank you Police Officer|
|One of the piles of awards|
|Getting your makeup done never gets old!|
|With and without makeup|
|With and without the wig|
|The crew working|
|Jeanna - the makeup master!|