Tuesday, July 20, 2010
The first two Female Fronted Shows presented by Miss Oblivious
Female Fronted is a series of 8 shows produced by Miss Oblivious throughout the Bay Area and Northwest this summer.
It is not one of those grrrrl events filled with man haters, Female Fronted is more about female, gender bending,queer enthused front persons...with a roar compared to a purrr...
Miss Oblivious presents: FEMALE FRONTED summer series 2010
The music for all events is no-wave, punk electronic trash.... I have also attached a flier and samples of my photography,
Miss Oblivious"Cheyanne Payne" a California Native that is currently a Seattle based dollmaker and mother of two has also begun to split her time in New Orleans, she has worked with cabarets,stunning punks, circus contraption, tranny granny's in SF, and made many dolls of LA based punk legends from the 70’s
She is also a haunted photographer capturing the darker side of glamour, her images have been published as far as Japan. Also a curator and booking agent for gritty folks.
Titled by The Seattle Times in November 2009 as “official documentarian of the Seattle cabaret”
She is also a teaching artist specializing in puppet + doll making to children in the Seattle Area.
2007-2009 she directed and produced over 9 short films, videos and documentaries through SCAN TV. Miss O can be seen on commercials(1995), HBO's Real Sex(1996),"What we do is secret"(2005), Jackie Hell video "Whore", Pajama Talk episode 7.
She also founded and fronted San Jose punk trash band "NAG" from 1999-2003
Also Miss O has published zines since 1994 focusing on
the queer pioneers, toothless dandies ,glitter puss’s, dustbowl glamour, tuff bois, underground icons, spiritualists,
accordion Casanovas, ghost hunters,
witch doctors, thrift addicts, pagan enthusiast, electronic tramps to name a few.
Also a contributing scene reporter for the world renown and longest published zine “Punk Globe” since 2005.
Currently she is available for commissions and photo shoots.
You can also book her at your gallery or café for exhibits.