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Tiny Gallery | Week of November 24 | Mr. Green

Tiny Gallery | Week of November 24 | Mr. Green

The Silver Lake Faces Project

Mr. Green | 2014

“I’m currently a casting editor for televisions shows. Auditions that people come in for, I edit those and try to pitch these people. I kinda fell into that. I had no idea that was actually a thing… You can kinda shape the person, based on what you choose to include in the cut, which is kinda weird.”

-Troy AKA Mr. Green-

About Troy

Troy moved from Seattle to Los Angeles to pursue comedy writing. He pays the bills working for the networks as a casting editor for television shows. For more on Troy, check out his writing on The Newer York.

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Miss Turquoise

Tiny Gallery | Week of November 17 | Miss Turquoise

The Silver Lake Faces Project

Miss Turquoise | 2014

On what she does when she’s not producing – “… Lots of side things, like babysitting and catering. I worked in the hospitality business for 10 years, before I decided I didn’t want to anymore. I quit my last job and said, The next restaurant I work in, I’m gonna own. So we’ll see if that happens.”

-Alison AKA Miss Turquoise-

About Alison

Alison grew up on Roosevelt Island in NYC. After she got her BFA in acting from Ithaca College, she produced a short film called Things I Don’t Remember for less than $100, which got traction in some film festivals. For more on Alison’s creative endeavors, check out her IMDB profile or alisonwalter.com.

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Tiny Gallery | Week of November 10 | Miss Gray

Tiny Gallery | Week of November 10 | Miss Gray

The Silver Lake Faces Project

Miss Gray | 2014

On activism – “I had seen a lot of the videos of animal cruelty, but none had actually really gotten to me until I saw how they treat the poor piggies… They get them by the leg and they slam them against the floor. It’s really sad and the noise is like, thud, thud… I thought that was really heartbreaking. That’s how I started. I wanted to not see that.”

-Leticia AKA Miss Gray-

About Leticia

Leticia lives in Frog Town and trying to make it in Hollywood as an actor. She is an activist for animal rights as well as a champion for Veganism. For more on Leticia, follow her on Twitter or check out her Backstage profile.

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Tiny Gallery | Week of November 3 | Miss White

Tiny Gallery | Week of November 3 | Miss White

The Silver Lake Faces Project

Miss White | 2014

On growing up in a suburb – “It’s funny… Now I’m a little bit older, but when you’re 18, you’re like, this place sucks so bad. It’s so horrible. I can’t wait to get out of here. And now, I think it’s amazing. When I go home to visit my family, which I do fairly often, I’m like, Oh I can get to Target in five minutes. I don’t even have to pay for parking. This is so great. So it’s funny how things change.”

-Kelsey AKA Miss White-

About Kelsey

Kelsey grew up in La Verne, California and lives in Los Angeles to work as a model. She loves to be involved in creative projects and is considering venturing out to another city like Austin or New York. For more on Kelsey, follow her on Facebook or Instagram.

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Tiny Gallery | Week of October 27 | Skulls

Tiny Gallery | Week of October 27 | Skulls Dia de Muertos

Dia de Muertos Skull Project

About the Project

I was invited to showcase some of my work at Dia de los Muertos Fest, an upcoming music event on November 1st.

In celebration of Dia de Muertos, I wanted to create art to commemorate “Death”. I sketched some skulls, cut them out of reclaimed wood from a construction site, and painted them with different designs.

I’m working on a new design a day for the rest of October. Stay connected and follow the project on Facebook or Twitter and if you’re free on November 1st, don’t forget to drop by and see them displayed at the event.

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