From bunnies to vampires, Pamela Shaw has designed it all

From bunnies to vampires, Pamela Shaw has designed it all

ELISE BREDENBERG, Arts & Entertainment Editor

In an empty room behind the theatrical makeup classroom, Pamela Shaw is photographing her students after the day’s project in role reversal for women. Steadily focusing...  Read More »

March 27, 2015 • 0 comments

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