A rather excellent 3rd year film student studying at the University of South Wales, Anna Korecka, got in touch with us and after getting to know us and attending a few sessions of life drawing a plan began to hatch. A good while after our first contact Anna was back in touch and she had done an amazing thing, securing support from the BBC and winning one of four student documentary film slots!
Anna Korecka, a fine student filmmaker in her final year at The Atrium at The University of South Wales has worked with Andy and his team at Cardiff Life Model Collective and has made a short documentary film for BBC Wales
“Some tutors are not clued up and you can end up feeling uncomforable. For example, they try and get you to do impossible poses or they let the room get really cold.
This was the first piece written about us and unfortunately it no longer exists apart from a grainy and degraded photo of the actual pages…
Cardiff Arts Free Festival was held at Little Man Coffee Company last weekend and over hundred people came to join. The Cardiff Arts Festival was co-organized by organisation Cardiff Creative Writers and Cardiff Life Model Collective.
Josh and Kally of Capital FM got in touch and Andy visited the Capital FM studios in Cardiff Bay… This was the result 🙂
Why would somebody want to be a life model? Is the job simply being paid for being naked?
Cardiff Life Model Collective (CLMC), run by Andy Muse, deserves all the support and credit it gets and needs.
Growing a beard to portray Guy Fawkes in a special life drawing session at the time of interview, Andy Lamb, 52, seems infinitely relaxed and entirely unfazed by anything life may bring his way.
Everyone wants to feel confident naked. The pre-fall Garden of Eden existence – before the snake ruined everything – seems a pretty sweet deal, right?