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  • Snapshot Christina Milian for Rolling Out January February 2016
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    “Hello, I’m Christina. It’s really nice to meet you.” The greeting — mixed with a firm handshake and intentional eye contact — signified Christina Milian’s entrance onto the scene for her rolling out cover shoot. But deeper than the general pleasantries exchanged on this unseasonably warm winter morning, the directness with which she approached every single crewmember gave a greater insight into the mindset of this multifaceted dynamo. Long tired of the waiting game that Hollywood forces many stars to play, Milian has forcefully decided to take the fate of her career — along with the welfare of her family — into her own hands. From successful television runs, to product endorsing, fashion development, and a still flourishing singing career, you’d be hard-pressed to find an area within the entertainment industry where Milian isn’t actively making it happen. This whirlwind of activity that fans get to witness through her active social media feeds, or through the lens of her reality show “Christina Milian Turned Up” is all a part of the talented diva’s master plan. Every step of the way, Milian is showing the world her intentions to claim her piece of the pie. And if things keep going her way, she may just take the whole damn thing. Did you bring in 2016 drinking your own wine, Viva Diva? Yes! You better believe I was drinking my wine during the countdown. That’s the only way to do it, bringing in the new year thinking about all of your endeavors. I have a wine company, and that was a really great way to ring in the new year, and celebrate what’s to come. It was kind of awesome. You have many endeavors to celebrate, including your clothing line We Are Pop Culture. How did that idea come about? We Are Pop Culture is my clothing line for women that started with just T-shirts. The clothing line is urban street wear. It’s for women that feel confident in their own skin, and want to express themselves. The whole idea is to play with modern pop culture and previous pop culture using art, and sayings. I also have a few unisex pieces for the guys, but I really want to focus on being great at clothing for women. You’re also a reality TV star with your show “Christina Milian Turned Up.” Did networks come to you, or did you feel you had this amazing family that the world needed to see? Production companies have been approaching my family for over 10 years. I was pretty much down for it, but it took me a long time to convince my mom to do it. To me, I thought it would be great for branding, and it would be a great opportunity for fans to really, truly get to know me. I would also have my own voice. Sometimes, you do an interview and only a portion of the interview is included and people [form] assumptions. You read blogs all day and they think they know your life based off of what other people are stating about you. I felt like by doing “Turned Up,” it was something for my fans. It would be a great outlet for me to come out musically, and really step up my game. It’s been fantastic … I think it’s great to show vulnerability; it’s great to show your mistakes: how you get through them, and how you make them better. I’m a strong believer in evolving, [and] I think I’m just like any other woman when it comes to a lot of things. I wasn’t afraid to show it. How do you mentally psych yourself up to pursue so many avenues within your career? It would seem like things can get overwhelming at times trying to juggle everything that you do. It’s really all in your mind … it’s what you have to tell yourself —especially with the way I’m able to multitask between We Are Pop Culture, Viva Diva, having a daughter, and two TV shows. I’m also very close with my family. So, it takes a lot of work to be a great mother, a great daughter, and a great friend. All those things take effort, and I think after having my daughter, she opened up this fearlessness within me, and I’m setting an example for her. When I look at her, I feel like it’s now or never. When it comes down to her life, it’s going to come back to me. So, I just got tired of waiting for things t
  • Oklahoma Attractions Pioneers and Prairie Song Living Museum
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    The past is vividly alive at this recreated 1800s pioneer village museum. The museum is Tucked away in the rolling hills of Washington and Nowata counties, near Dewey, Oklahoma. Hidden from the view of passersby, Prairie Song is an authentically constructed 1800s pioneer settlement.
  • Nine Covers of Harper’s Bazaar India October 2016 Art8amby's Blog
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    Stockton Johnson photographed 9 different covers of Harper’s Bazaar India latest issue featuring models Tracey Africa Norman, Geena Rocero (both are pioneers and well known transgender models…
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  • Where Professional Models Meet Model Photographers - ModelMayhem
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    Model Mayhem is the #1 portfolio website for professional models and photographers. Create a profile, upload your photos and connect with other professionals

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