Biography: I learned to draw in a Parisian bookstore. I now credit my artistic success to a combination of harsh criticism from the proprieter and hours copying "A Tart's Progress." Later, I sketched by way through Morocco and Kurdistan- and once into a Turkish jail. Back in New York, I've made my lucre as a pinup model and burlesque dancer, while turning out Victorian-themed illustrations for SCREW and NY Press. As a fine artist, I've hung in staid, white walled establishments, and next to John John Jesse in the notorious CBGB's 313. Goals? To be a combination of Reginald Marsh and Charles Dana Gibson, with a wee bit of Dita Von Teese on the side.
Country: United States
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