Franki Ludwig   Bio coming soon     Franki takes all these wonderful photos- visit her at frankiludwig.com

Franki Ludwig

Bio coming soon

 

Franki takes all these wonderful photos- visit her at frankiludwig.com

Tia Gordon   Hello my name is Tia Gordon. I'm a hairstylist from Milwaukee, Wi who loves everything about Fashion and the beauty industry. I worked as a full time model for 12 years mostly doing runway shows and print work. I've been in fitness magazines such a American Fencing Magazine and I've also been a featured in Mac tunes Online Magazine. Modeling has always been a passion of mine and I would love to continue to pass on my knowledge to younger generations. I really enjoyed working as a Model and Acting coach and I'm really looking forward to opening up my own school for modeling in the near future. In my free time I enjoy cooking, I would have to say Mexican cuisine are my favorite meals to cook. I love to real suspenseful novels, and I love to play the violin. I played for 13 years and really enjoy playing classical music. Fitness is another passion of mine as well. It's something about being healthy that really makes me feel accomplished!

Tia Gordon

Hello my name is Tia Gordon. I'm a hairstylist from Milwaukee, Wi who loves everything about Fashion and the beauty industry. I worked as a full time model for 12 years mostly doing runway shows and print work. I've been in fitness magazines such a American Fencing Magazine and I've also been a featured in Mac tunes Online Magazine. Modeling has always been a passion of mine and I would love to continue to pass on my knowledge to younger generations. I really enjoyed working as a Model and Acting coach and I'm really looking forward to opening up my own school for modeling in the near future. In my free time I enjoy cooking, I would have to say Mexican cuisine are my favorite meals to cook. I love to real suspenseful novels, and I love to play the violin. I played for 13 years and really enjoy playing classical music. Fitness is another passion of mine as well. It's something about being healthy that really makes me feel accomplished!

Tiarra Marie Haider   Words have always been my way of sharing my wisdom, emotion, and curiousity, although sometimes I have trouble finding the describing who I am as a being in this world. I am on a journey, that began 22 years ago, and I am finally finding the pieces of my soul that I have been in search of. I am so happy to be here, alive, in this time. So many things are changing in the world, and they seem so scary when you see are watching them unfold. But in reality, life is beautiful. I have cried, laughed, danced, sang, and built myself into who I am today. I have come to really love the every single obstacle that I have been gifted by the universe, becasue they have made me strong and sure of my heart and where it will take me on this journey. I am a homeschooling/freeschooling mama (also photographer, poet, creator, artist) of two living in the city of Milwaukee, conjuring up a plan to move myself and my family back to the land. I have many things in mind when it comes to this plan and how to curate a vision with potential for success. When it comes to my dreams, I am often one to believe jumping right in is the best way to go...BUT, I want to take this slow. I want to intentionally build a solid foundation so that I am able to keep my spirit and those of my loved ones safe. I want to learn self sustainability (growing food, building structures, creating clothing, safety, herbology, raising livestock, etc!) and I know that in order to do these things, I must be proactive. I want to continue to give understanding and patience to myself and everyone around me. I want to be a lifelong learner and lover. I want to continue loving all, because or world is so in need! I hope that one day our earth will flourish and our people will be healed of illness, and most of all I want to enjoy life and savor the moments that are often let fly by. I am a mother, sister, daughter, teacher, lover, learner, doula, and so much more.

Tiarra Marie Haider

Words have always been my way of sharing my wisdom, emotion, and curiousity, although sometimes I have trouble finding the describing who I am as a being in this world. I am on a journey, that began 22 years ago, and I am finally finding the pieces of my soul that I have been in search of. I am so happy to be here, alive, in this time. So many things are changing in the world, and they seem so scary when you see are watching them unfold. But in reality, life is beautiful. I have cried, laughed, danced, sang, and built myself into who I am today. I have come to really love the every single obstacle that I have been gifted by the universe, becasue they have made me strong and sure of my heart and where it will take me on this journey. I am a homeschooling/freeschooling mama (also photographer, poet, creator, artist) of two living in the city of Milwaukee, conjuring up a plan to move myself and my family back to the land. I have many things in mind when it comes to this plan and how to curate a vision with potential for success. When it comes to my dreams, I am often one to believe jumping right in is the best way to go...BUT, I want to take this slow. I want to intentionally build a solid foundation so that I am able to keep my spirit and those of my loved ones safe. I want to learn self sustainability (growing food, building structures, creating clothing, safety, herbology, raising livestock, etc!) and I know that in order to do these things, I must be proactive. I want to continue to give understanding and patience to myself and everyone around me. I want to be a lifelong learner and lover. I want to continue loving all, because or world is so in need! I hope that one day our earth will flourish and our people will be healed of illness, and most of all I want to enjoy life and savor the moments that are often let fly by. I am a mother, sister, daughter, teacher, lover, learner, doula, and so much more.

 
Alicia Luna  My name is Alicia Luna-Namaste, I'm Mexican and Puerto Rican with a hint of Brazilian, Milwaukee born and raised. I'm a 22 year old abstract painter. I use acrylic paint and like to experiment a lot with wood, plastic, glass etc. I'm also very much in love with nature and have been a wanna-be National Geographic photographer for years.

Alicia Luna

My name is Alicia Luna-Namaste, I'm Mexican and Puerto Rican with a hint of Brazilian, Milwaukee born and raised. I'm a 22 year old abstract painter. I use acrylic paint and like to experiment a lot with wood, plastic, glass etc. I'm also very much in love with nature and have been a wanna-be National Geographic photographer for years.

Bella    Hi my name is Bella. I’m an 18 year old student at UW Milwaukee, and I’m currently undecided as for what I’m studying for but I was originally going for painting. I’m an abstract painter out of class and create fairly larger pieces. I am also a host, but about to be a server, at Cafe Bavaria.

Bella

Hi my name is Bella. I’m an 18 year old student at UW Milwaukee, and I’m currently undecided as for what I’m studying for but I was originally going for painting. I’m an abstract painter out of class and create fairly larger pieces. I am also a host, but about to be a server, at Cafe Bavaria.

Desiree Roberts   My name is Desiree Roberts. Typical as it is, Roberts comes from my grandfather who Italian. I think it's pretty common that I've heard so many random tales about my family's past without really knowing where it came from. That's what happens when you are disconnected from your history, right? Anyway, my father grew up in the South Bronx in New York, and rumor has it Roberts isn't my real last name. Ya know? Because a lot of immigrants had name changes, especially in that part of New York. I have a grandfather who is African American, and both of my grandmothers are Puerto Rican- which connects me to my Native roots and the Taino people. Well, I have a hard time writing bio's about myself partially because I want to be a contributing member of society. And we've heard this before, yes? We've heard it probably in some 1950's-esque white male narration. So, what is so hard about writing bios is that I am constantly reclaiming what it means to be successful, what I feel I have accomplished in my life. And honestly, I am so proud of myself for doing my dishes and getting out of bed to wash my face even though I've already been laying down, maybe feeling defeated. But I am Big. I am an Aries, I have a lot of fire in me. I'm passionate and have a strong will. So I bike a lot around the city of Milwaukee, where I was raised, to keep those flames cool. I create music and use that platform to be radically vulnerable to gather with people around that fire, if you will, to celebrate those feelings that we sit with alone but creates empathy. I resale clothing at suggested prices at local events to keep in touch with the fabric of our everyday lives, and to promote comfort and joy and what I've claimed as Afro-minimalism- doing the best with what we've got and what is essential. And that's pretty much me in a nutshell, I do my best with what I've got. And I wish to radiate that kind of hopefulness.

Desiree Roberts

My name is Desiree Roberts. Typical as it is, Roberts comes from my grandfather who Italian. I think it's pretty common that I've heard so many random tales about my family's past without really knowing where it came from. That's what happens when you are disconnected from your history, right? Anyway, my father grew up in the South Bronx in New York, and rumor has it Roberts isn't my real last name. Ya know? Because a lot of immigrants had name changes, especially in that part of New York. I have a grandfather who is African American, and both of my grandmothers are Puerto Rican- which connects me to my Native roots and the Taino people. Well, I have a hard time writing bio's about myself partially because I want to be a contributing member of society. And we've heard this before, yes? We've heard it probably in some 1950's-esque white male narration. So, what is so hard about writing bios is that I am constantly reclaiming what it means to be successful, what I feel I have accomplished in my life. And honestly, I am so proud of myself for doing my dishes and getting out of bed to wash my face even though I've already been laying down, maybe feeling defeated. But I am Big. I am an Aries, I have a lot of fire in me. I'm passionate and have a strong will. So I bike a lot around the city of Milwaukee, where I was raised, to keep those flames cool. I create music and use that platform to be radically vulnerable to gather with people around that fire, if you will, to celebrate those feelings that we sit with alone but creates empathy. I resale clothing at suggested prices at local events to keep in touch with the fabric of our everyday lives, and to promote comfort and joy and what I've claimed as Afro-minimalism- doing the best with what we've got and what is essential. And that's pretty much me in a nutshell, I do my best with what I've got. And I wish to radiate that kind of hopefulness.