Ivory in collaboration with the lovely and talented Christy Carew http://www.christycarew.com
The power of social media and the ability to network therein has once again illuminated my life! This time, it has taken the form of a beautiful project!
The story began over a decade ago with Jacqueline Carey and her Kushiel Legacy trilogy.. With deeply poignant impressions and elevated style, Carey's world and themes epically influenced Ivory both personally and artisfully from youth. "Love as thou wilt." -- The main quote of the series became the main theme for my life; the journey, my odyssey.
Following my heart has transformed my life into Art. For not this series, I would not have discovered my muse, without my muse I would not be a harpist, if I was not an artist who plays harp I would not be on this project, if I never read these books..
Would Ivory even exist???
I adore how poetic life can be!
The power of a single Facebook post instigated this epic collaboration between Ivory and Christy Carew, composer of the official Kushiel Legacy series orchestrations.
'No venture. No gain.' 3/26/2017
"Call Me Cappy"
- World Premiered October 18, 2014 at the 25th Annual New Orleans Film Festival; Won Best Cinematography http://neworleansfilmsociety.org/pages/detail/147/new-orleans-film-festival
- DC Independent Film Festival February 28, 2015 District of Columbia, US http://dciff-indie.org/
- Le Bijou Theatre, Nicholls State University March 24, 2015 Thibodaux, LA
- Fort Myers Film Festival March 26, 2015 Fort Myers, FL http://www.fortmyersfilmfestival.com/
- Sync Up Cinema 2015 April 27-29th New Orleans, LA http://novacvideo.org/syncupcinema
- UNO Film Festival May 10, 2015 New Orleans, LA http://unofilmfest.wix.com/2015#!vstc2=sunday/vstc0=schedule
- InShort Film Festival September 1, 2015 London, England http://inshortfilmfestival.com/
- NYC Independant Film Festival October 16, 2015 NYC, NY https://www.nycindieff.com/film/call-me-cappy
- Oxford Film Festival February 19th & 20th, 2016 Oxford, MS oxfordfilmfest.com
- Local Article on the short film from HoumaToday http://www.houmatoday.com/article/20150221/ARTICLES/150229885/1319?p=all&tc=pgal
"Ivory's work brought a whole lot into the project. The harp music truly elevates the scenes to a new level which to me felt magical. I see this collaboration as an important step in my ability to communicate with other artists."
Maja Holzinger, filmmaker