Local 706 - The Artisan

Spring 2018

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32 • THE ARTISAN SPRING 2018 Our version of The Odd Couple was joined by the third character, Wendy Carr, an academic psychologist who brings science to profiling. Paula gave Wendy a '70s bob with blonde highlights to frame her strong, beautiful face. Michelle Audrina Kim, the key make-up artist, made sure her skin looked flawless, radiant and period without "read- ing as make-up" for our 6K cameras. After establishing the main characters, we had fun re- creating several serial killers who our guys interviewed. A closed prison in Greenberg, PA, doubled as the CA Medical Facility where Edmund Kemper, the 6' 9" giant known as the co-ed killer, was housed. Actor Cameron Britton's seriously curly head of hair was relaxed and cut by Paula to achieve a spot-on dynamic look in order to recreate Kemper. We shaped and filled in his sideburns, trimmed and parted his mustache and paled his skin to sell the fact that Kemper had been in prison for 12 years. He wore lifts to stand three inches taller and we cast very short background players as guards who walked him along the 50-foot dolly shot, through the halls of seasoned violent prison inmates. We were involved in casting for back- ground to find extras who had hair that could be period, not an easy task in the Midwest. Paula added extensions and some wigs to get period looks in the prison. For the serial killer Brudos, Paula shaved his hairline back about an inch and thinned the front with cuticle scissors to make him appear balding. We added a 3rd Degree scar on his

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