FIFTEEN MILLIMETERS OF FAME
The Aleve ad is finally out; Catesey spotted it in the July issue of National Geographic.
I would be the one with the straight legs (on the left), forming the first hump of the "M."
The unexpected modeling gig helped ALEVE-iate the high cost of air travel to and from NYC for Dharma MIttra's advanced teacher training (where we met for one looooooong - 45-hour - weekend each month from February through May).
The audition took place during a blizzard. Yet somehow all of the models were perfectly made up.
The shoot took place on a subzero Monday morning at 8AM, after a gruelling weekend of teacher training.
My flight from NYC was delayed and didn't get in til after 11:30PM the night before: nonetheless I awakened at 5AM to raid my closet and teach a 6:30AM class before the shoot.
It's a good thing you can't see my face in the photo.
Nice work, Andrew!