Local 706 - The Artisan

Fall 2017

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THE ARTISAN FALL 2017 • 35 my life in some way. My goal is to leave the film job and do fine art sculptures. And it is working somehow. And to be honest, I don't enjoy being on set. I had bad experiences working with some mean actors on set. My mentality does not fit to work on set and dealing with crazy hours and anxiety. I'm introverted, so I hate to being around many people. I started to feel that I was shortening my life when I was working in entertainment business. But I love designing the make-up and applying it. I was thinking my sculpture works are mainly portraits and Darkest Hour would be a very challenging job and I enjoy challenging job. This job is like sculpting a portrait of Winston Churchill on Gary's face. I thought I should take this opportunity. I also realized that even I left the film industry, I still can contribute this way and do my best to bring another possibility to make-up industry. I felt like this will be giving back to people inspired Opposite page and above: Gary Oldman as Winston Churchill. Inset: The real Churchill. Photo courtesy of The Guardian.

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