It’s been a crazy few days.
Ever since I launched the website, steam has picked up three-fold. I booked a fashion week show, got a feature in Backstage magazine, and booked a great gig on Royal Pains as the guitar player for a great band.
Life is swell…
I booked a gig modeling for a photoshop instructional textbook on color correction (finally! It had to be made for gals like me). Thanks to photographer extraodinaire, Sasha Nialla.
Satu from the Sasha Nialla shoot
Kidear Youmans Fall Fiction Fashion Show was a riot. Going off at the Gallery Bar in the east village, the place was packed and had tons of paparazzi. What a fantastic experience, all around! I’d forgotten just how thrilling it is to walk down a runway.
Satu at Kidear Youmans Fall Fiction Fashion Show
This week I am featured on the “Backpage: The Working Actor by Jackie Apodaca” in BACKSTAGE Magazine. I couldn’t be happier. The article is about the age old question (for me, anyhow): Should I anglicize my name to get more work? Send comments and read the article here:http://www.backstage.com/bso/advice-the-working-actor/union-provisions-name-decisions-1004115086.story
Satu in the Backstage Article
For the past two days (and two more next week) I have been performing as a guitar player in a band for USA’s hit medical dramedy “Royal Pains.” It’s been a great experience so far, and the band and I are having a blast. My top-secret alternate dream career is to be a raging guitar player for a prog-rock band. This is pretty close to that wish, only it’s electro dance rock (Syracuse’s Ra Ra Riot). Pictures coming soon.
I will be rounding out next week with a few meetings at some top modeling agencies here in New York…steam is definitely picking up.
” Give me steam, baby!”–Peter Gabriel