I am tickled to present to you a footage from our Chico Latino themed night in the NYC Downlow at Glastonbury this year…
I am part of the dance troop- Maude Adams and All Those Children and, in this video, we shape an extravaganza to remember for Janet Jackson’s What Have You Done For Me Lately
Everyone looks amaze. I am so lucky to be part of such a fierce fun movement
Glitta is responsible for my glamourous transformation. Big love to them, Beast & Fadi for such a fun creation
Gotta keep it fresh! Enjoy…
(next level image by Elvis Di Fazio)
Excited to say… I have a fresh video for your viewing pleasure of our new track- Crop Top Fever!
Under my direction, it was shot by Jimi Mased, Jo Lamont & Dommy.H on my most recent travels to Yogyakarta and OZ with some of my freaky fun friends
It stars none other than two of the Trippple Nippples front-ladies – Qrea & Harue along with Thom Bullock’s sweet hair flickin’ daughter Uma and Sydney-based performers Emma Maye aka Betty Grumble, Stelly G, FlowJobs, Joe Pol, Beau Kirq and my Italian superstar Beeeast
Editing & post production is by Graeme Passmore
Four days full of love, fierce shapes and pure disco from Horse Meat Disco (and friends)
From the depths of homosexual sleaze… We lured everyone back to a utopia of what it was like to party in New York City in 1989
With a “badass” reputation to uphold… I feel we nailed it and I am proud to say I have been part of such an amazing project for the last five years. There’s nothing quite like performing from both the balcony (with fellow trans as back-up go-go dancers) to a field full of munters and on the main stage with our dance troop: Maude Adams and All Those Children (successfully performing a total of THREE numbers this year!)
Big ups to everyone involved in making such a beautiful thing happen and MASSIVE respect to my colourful sis Carley Hague for dancing each night away with her bubba full in her tummy
Below are some shots I took from my weekend werk-in there. POW!
Below is a short film they made for it. I am, dancing around the streets of Soho…
More to come soon with the full update of my involvement in this project…
I am proud to present to you a dream video come true…
I recently spent time in my hometown Brisbane and shot a video for the song I wrote about my dad and his truck – The Bandag Bullet!
I shot it with two school friends – Rob Norton & Sally Freeman. It felt so right to make it with people who have known me since my youth
Going back to my roots…!
Working with dad creatively was an experience I’ll never forget. It’s hard to explain what I do for a living to him, especially as he does not use the internet
I gave him the low-down the night before on what we were doing and prepared him..
On the day he followed my directions perfectly and didn’t resist as much as I thought he would!
The roles were reversed when I patted him on the back at the end of the day and said to him, “Hey dad, I’m really proud of you” – what a one in a lifetime sensation!
I hope you enjoy our day together and the video/song dedicated to him…….
I’ve been wanting to join forces for an extravaganza with the twins for a while now, so it was so great to see a dream coming true!
It feels like the beginning of something rather exciting….
Below are some of my favourite shots:
I recently spent time in the Australian Blue Mountains recording this new track Don’t Copy Me with next level
outta space producers EST ET NON
It was a great pleasure to collaborate with them and hope we have more sounds for you in the future!
Below is the track inspired by the unoriginal cyber copycats out there…
The next day after recording, we performed together in Sydney and let’s just say I was fully into their
extraterrestrial analogue show!
We shot it late last year on the streets of Paris with an army of colours
The track is inspired by our everyday fight in expressing ourselves through style and colours
Shout outs to every super star involved in making it happen!
Below are some behind the scene shots I captured…
It is with great delight that I present to you my fabulous friend Glynfamous and the release of his debut hit single – HOMOSEXUALITY
It was a real pleasure to be part of the video and the end result makes me proud of the dedicated neon tran team involved
Enjoy the sound, clip and some of my favourite images from the making of…
(stills below are of myself and the magnificent fluro tash that belongs to Beast)
The moment I discovered Elena Stonaker and her ridiculously next level creations was a special day!
I absolutely ADORE everything she dreams and creates
I would describe her work as: cosmic techni-coloured designs made for psychedelic goddesses
If you don’t know of Elena already, see below some of my favourite images of her work
I cannot wait to meet her in the flesh and combine colourful forces some time this year. Yeahhhh!!
Four years ago, I wrote a song about my dad and his infamous truck The Bandag Bullet
Dad holds the record for the fastest truck in the world and is in the Guinness Book of World Records
You can watch the record being set HERE
Since the moment I wrote the track – Frank Goes Bang – with Dmoney, I dreamed of filming the video with dad and the truck some day, capturing him in his element doing extreme burnouts with flames roaring
Today, that dream came true
The team consisted of myself and two school friends Rob Norton and Sally Freeman. We had a 7am start and less than two hours to capture the shots I had in my mind of dad and me being silly, tough and real alongside the Bullet before the crowd got there to watch the big show…
…and we did it! It is quite surreal when you picture something so vividly for so long and actually see it come true in real life
I even got dad to dance and show off some of his black belt karate moves. Pow!
I am proud of him for taking directions so well and also Rob and Sal for bringing good vibes and professional attitudes
Below are some winning stills of the day
Usually I don’t show behind the scene shots before a video comes out but the Bandag Bullet is no secret so enjoy…!
In summertime last year, I went for a stroll in Paris with my friend Isabella Melody Moore
As I’m sure you know, I am a big fan of my friend’s label Desert Designs
I took a bunch of their threads out with us one day and did several outfit changes while Isa documented
Here are my favourite shots from our big day out in the sun…
A couple of weeks later, we went for another stroll in a park in Paris, this time with my creative partner Ylva Falk
Below are my fave shots Isa took on this day… Hope you enjoy our colours in the wilderness!
When I first looked at the latest Alexander McQueen shoot with Kate Moss, I thought “Oh wow she looks awesome” but then those pics suddenly made old memories come to mind.. and I thought there may be some ulterior inspirations going on….
As a matter of fact, this time last year I had yellow hair and my own action figure made (best birthday present ever from beast!)
Shapes in the mirror…
All in all, this is what my madeleine experience happily brought back to me, giving me the taste of a compliment, together with the memory of the shot I modelled in McQ for Dazed & Confused three years ago