As with our other two events, we had a lot of images and numerous people signing up for the shoot. Thanks to JP Dostal Jr. we landed and 1800's environment for half of our shoots. the other half took place in a residence with a lot of 'set doctoring'.
The second photopshoot for a Slave of the Muse evnt to take place in the club The Muse. Due to the intense design nature of the images and our limited schedule due to running The Muse, we could only release one. After the event we came back and took more shots with our crew in costume. Some of the most emotionally charged shots that he had. Some of our crew members have them on thier personal social media sites.
We were lucky enough to shoot in the Parisian Palace and this image suited the idea of Anonymity 3 perfect. There were many other shots taken that night, but none captured the mood like this one.
From 2009 to 2010 the Triad had organized a fun group called the Clown Brigade. It was a way to decompress from our events and still interact as characters with the public. All work by Sarah Ross.
Anthony Jones had been invaluable during the build out of The Muse. We promised to help him create a Pirate's Ball and aid him in any way possible. It was the first non-Slave of the Muse event to be held in the Muse. This is some of the art work we did for it.
The second non-Slave of the Muse event was created by Matt Zophiel, a past crew member for Slave of the Muse and the roof monkey during buildout of The Muse. When he was looking for some post-apocolyptic/50's imagery Sarah Ross took up the mantle. Here are her Designs.
The last event that was ever to be held at the Muse was Anonymity 2's Dirk Hawkwood. A steampunk surprise birthday party with all of the old characters and some new faces. Unfortunately that event was never to happen. but we did create some very nice design for it.