Writer #14113
West Hollywood, CA
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Last Login
5/18/16
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Billie P's Article Product Experience

4 Projects Completed

Published in Vault - New Art & Culture Magazine, "Of Helmut & Henriette" was enthusiastically embraced by the Australian art world for the author's exposé of a highly recognized face whom few people knew anything about, even quite particularly, her name. As a post WWII refugee turned Melbourne transplant, Newton himself is an infamous Australian, but the little recognized Allias was warmly received for her participation in photography's history through Billie's article.

Industry Projects

  • Craft10+
  • Entertainment8

Summary of Industry Experience

Craft

As the child of two Los Angeles entrepreneurs who own a clothing business with the tagline "Wearable Art", it's no wonder that craft has been a part of Billie's life from the beginning. Visits to her parents' office in Indonesia's village of Pekalongan - the ancient batik capital of the world - since the age of 13, her infused lessons of artisans across the board have brought a well-versed understanding of multiple "art languages" (including architecture, photography, painting, sculpture, styling and textiles) that are clearly heard in the writer's voice. She is often sought out by galleries and artists alike for her insightful and readable material for critiques, show essays and talks, which have employed her in Berlin, London, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Miami, Santa Barbara, Singapore and Sydney.

Entertainment

Since being involved with production for over half her life, Billie's natural ability to take on a scope of roles on TV and film sets varies in description. A handful of producers employ her to write show synopses, content for web their designers and script edits.

Product Projects

  • Article4

Summary of Product Experience

Article

Published in Vault - New Art & Culture Magazine, "Of Helmut & Henriette" was enthusiastically embraced by the Australian art world for the author's exposé of a highly recognized face whom few people knew anything about, even quite particularly, her name. As a post WWII refugee turned Melbourne transplant, Newton himself is an infamous Australian, but the little recognized Allias was warmly received for her participation in photography's history through Billie's article.

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