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BodhiTreePhotography wrote:Hi Troy~It is a SUPER big play place. I have to get it going soon, a production company wants to rent the space. I'm such a 'Capricorn' that I don't want to loan it out, but money is so pretty. I plan to host a few shoots throughout theyear, but need to get the building permits finished up SOON. (Its driving me nuts~) I will keep you in the loop, if you wish. Cheers
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you re-count some of your favorite DragonCon moments from over the years and/or
memorable celebrity encounters?
really thought that being able to stand side by side with celebrities would be
my favourite part of working with DragonCon. I mean why not?
isn’t. Meeting and getting to know
the costumer’s totally won me over.
I keep saying passion, but there is no other word to describe the way
most of these wonderful people feel about their art. I go to a con,
not to see the celebrities but to see the costume’s, hang out with my friends
and be with the Photographer’s that I adore. (Fong and Thom)
will however, chat about Leonard Nimoy.
I fist saw Leonard as Spock, 1966 sitting in my living room. Fascinated by this pointy ear’d,
logical man, I wanted to be him. I
kept asking my dad if I could grow up and be a Vulcan. My dad said “of course” as usual and I
began wearing blue and holding up my hand telling people to “Live long and
prosper.” It had to happen. This man was the only man I ever cared
to FIND and meet. At this point, I realized I would never meet Superman, Spiderman, Batman...as in, my comic book heroes. Leonard was touchable and when I met him, it was the best! At this point, I know Leonard well and
I don’t have a restraining order on me so I think I am in pretty good shape. I’ve even been to his house….. giggle
first meeting with him was in southern California. I had seen Leonard before, got autographs, showed my
cleavage kinda thing and told him I loved him. I officially met Leonard at the Skirball Center in Los
Angeles. He debuted Shekhina, his
photography book based on his Jewish religion. I knew Leonard
was into photography but the man uses a Hasselblad, has a darkroom using old
school silver oxide printing methods. WHAT???
for my favourite Dragon*Con moment?
I have finally decided Allen***** talking to you on Sunday helped….
for myself, Jason Momoa being ‘oh so tall’. I ran into his chest while waiting on Danny to meet Dean
Cain. Jasons chest is absolute
Bliss. Leonard has always had my
heart, Jason however has the fun stuff. I do LOVE men!
And this man put his arms around me, lifting me and sitting me to the
side. My 6 foot frame and the
160ish poundage was nothing.
NOTHING!!! TRA LA LA~ I
still blush when I think about it, and want to play with him again. He gave me a mouthy kiss, hooted (yes,
I said hooted) and went to his booth.
I followed Jason...........
my childhood favs is always a treat, especially now that a few have
crew from Lost in Space…… having
to admit, I still get chill bumps when I see these guys. Having Ernest calling me by name during
his last Dragon*Con was pretty awesome indeed.
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The Dragon*Con photographers meet on Thursday night prior to
Friday’s opening of the Con. The
first two years I worked for D*C, I didn’t make it to the SCF meet and greet
due to learning all I needed to know about D*C Photography. One good thing about shooting with
the con for awhile…I go and get my assignments and badges without meetings,
leaving me able to shoot early and hang out with people before the Con begins.
That is…….. unless
they change something and photographers like engineers, love to change things~
My first shoot is always at 9am on Friday morning and it
goes from there, depending on the whims of the scheduler. We have gotten our schedule last
minute because of all the changes that go with the Thursday night fest of ‘NOW
WHAT???” It can get a bit
crazy, but I am well taken care of. I am scheduled a shoot on average, every 30 minutes from 9am
to 10pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday. I am provided with a lunch and dinner break, I usually
shoot through both for personal stuff. I do shoot other events later in the
evenings for the ‘show’ owners.
Burlesque and Music usually ***anything I shoot at Dragon*Con belongs to D*C…etc.***
SCF main groups are always added by D*C, and I’m given extra
time for sub groups. The smaller
groups, I personally added in the beginning as Dragon*Con began to schedule me
for them. Pat Henry knows how I
feel about the Costumers and delightfully has given me enough time to include
as many as possible.
Being a Star Trek NERD, I have begun covering the final Trek
groups on Monday mornings. I felt
like death the first year I covered Trek Tracks, but I was helping out another
photographer…. DUDE…. I’ve not laughed this much in forever. I decided to add Star Trek ‘end day’ to
my schedule. Dr Who was added for me last year… they both have big Monday endings and are in the
Sheraton. Now you guys know why I have 2 seconds to talk, am out of
breath mostly and stay red. Between
the horrid heat, the CROWDS and being a blond with KILLER ADHD……….Sometimes, if
you’re not in costume I get really confused and may not know who you are. My favourite happening in this instance…. meeting Iggy. Totally knew Iggy in costume
everytime, out of costume Iggy had to introduce himself. Cutest thing ever!!! Hopefully somewhere in the above, I answered your
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