Written by: Lady Aiyanna
I was nervous and quite restless doing a desk job and decided it would be a good idea to take a break from work and explore the possibilities of the creative industry.
I had previously made a featured appearance in a popular Universal-led production shot in New Zealand back then and left to go back to the UK to join the modelling world for a bit and get featured on brochures and fliers of a then-British Number 1 pageant.
I returned to New Zealand and my agency alerted me via text that they needed people to do a wedding scene on set at a distant location.
I send an affirmative text back and, surprisingly, received a confirmation right away.
Cut to me getting my clothing sorted out for the wedding scene and preparing for departure to the venue with 6 hours of notice.
— To be continued in our January 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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