little beast: Can you tell us what you are working on currently?
WCR: MadMen 2020
little beast: What is MadMen 2020!?
WCR: It's an editorial I wanna do, very mad men/Norman Rockwell type environment but with more modern saturated aggressive colors and apparel that is fitting to that environment. Got the whole thing planned out just getting the funding to do it, heavy art Dept and wardrobe so I gotta source for this one :/
little beast: Describe what your creative process might look like.
WCR: I write down ideas as they come to me sometimes from a song, television show, a cool fabric, or toy. Then I create a vision board, usually pulling from the Internet or my inspiration folder. Then I storyboard it, get the crew together, shoot, retouch, and get it out there!
little beast: Is there a person that has been most influential in your work over the years?
WCR: No, there’s lots of people. Guy Bourdin, Ed Ruscha, Contantine Manos, Miles Aldridge, Diane Arbus, Juergen Teller, and the list goes on...
little beast: What are you listening to most lately in terms of music?
WCR: Stereolab, Leslie Gore and Drake.
little beast: Do you have a favorite visual artist?
WCR: I don’t have a favorite, but I’ve been really into Kandinsky lately.
little beast: If you could collaborate with any creative on a project who would it be? (living or dead)
WCR: I would collaborate with Jeremy Scott.
little beast: What is your favorite thing to cook?
little beast: What is your favorite thing to eat?
little beast: Have you ever had your heart broken? If so, by who?
WCR: Never. I’m heartless. JK.
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