We were approached by the organisers of the 2019 Expression conference, to be held in Cardiff, to provide a model for a workshop or two.
Every year, for the last life drawing session of the year, we call in all models and go for a Christmas Party!
It was the last Sunday session of 2019 and Anna took to the stage and wowed all with some fine poses. The artists weren’t too shabby and produced some great work.
There is a real problem with events agencies and booking agencies of all kinds. They invariably are not skilled in the product they are selling, invariably they want you to have no contact with the client in advance of the event, invariably they will place staff to a job without proper knowledge of their suitability…
Jake and Indie, degree students at The University of South Wales, approached Andy and asked would he be up for a film being made about his lifestyle. They had been pointed towards him by jake’s partner who said Andy was a Cardiff Character…
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.
Anna documented our standard life drawing event at our drop in session on Tuesday 3rd November and which had two models working, Anna and Andy 🙂
Andy received an email from a photographer looking for a model to make her way to Newport for some light painting and this is the result of that collaboration.
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.
Jess Woolridge, a young artist working in South Wales interviewed Andy to create content for the Amuse Me Press arts magazine for Cardiff, ‘cARTiff’.