The Lost Colony 2014!


Photo by Delena Gray Ostrander

Well, it’s been a very quick, positive Summer here at my second term as Queen Elizabeth I in Manteo, NC.
It’s an honor and a privileged to be included in this incredible historic American treasure, as well as listed among some amazing women to wear these Queenly dresses through the sands.

I was tickled to find that I was included in the program and the brochure this season, and over the moon to hear that Tea with the Queen would be returning too. I’ve had a chance to perform in the Song and Dance concert in downtown, a Professional Theater Workshop where I played a female Dr. Frankenstein in a full length play, and got a great photo shoot of the Queen dress in The Elizabethan Gardens.

It’s been an incredible Summer, so many amazing new faces and incredible talents to be around. It’s a wonderful theater proving ground like no other, I wish it many many more years.

I’ve already called dibs on year 100 in 2037, to be an age appropriate Queen Elizabeth I (for the Lost Colony years). So, I’ll be seeing you Manteo. Stay Beautiful! Come out and see our last 6 shows! We end this Friday!

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Margaritaville Spring Fashion Show at Peachy Keen Boutique!

The Peachy Keen Spring Fashion Show was amazingly fun!
So happy to model for this awesome family boutique in Cary!

We have some reviews below!

Cary Citizen
Some event photos from

Redress Raleigh Fall Fashion Expo

photo by Chris SewardBefore any modeling had started way back in August of this year I was contacted through Redress Raleigh to model for a new designer called JackWrapIt. They make beautiful warm snuggly jackest and mittens and earmuffs out of recycled, American made man-made fleece. The photo below was from one of the photoshoots that day. We had two besides the show pictures taken.

Hair and Make-up were done at Atomic Salon 2 in Raleigh and the show was in Durham at the Armory.

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Couture for a Cause 2013


I was a model for Couture for a Cause this year.
I was paired with a designer who created, from scratch, two looks: Ready to Wear and Wearable Art.

My designer was Britt Nance, and she created the two amazing looks below to benefit ArtSpace in Raleigh.
It was an incredible two months, with fittings, photoshoots, and hair and make-up prep rehearsal.

I would love to do it again next year. What an amazing show, with lovely people and such great causes.

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