more often than not i pick my lipstick for the name eclipse spoke to me on an emotional level

I try to not let it have an affect on me and to preserve my real life. People think they know everything about me. But fuck, who knows the truth? No one.

"I’m playing Élie, a mid-twenties literature student, who’s arriving on the island. She has quest, we don’t really know about in the beginning of the movie, but she’s searching for something, maybe someone… in fact, she’s going to find way more than that. She’s going to meet the insular, which lead us to the title ‘Les loups’. There are of course the seals, but there is also the entire concept of a ‘wolf pack’. So is Élie going to be included in this wolf pack? It’s going to be difficult in the beginning but in the end I think she’s going to succeed and it will lead her to take a big step in her life."
-Évelyne Brochu, Les loups (2014)

To me it’s interesting at the end of season one, we find out that the clones have been patented. That always resonated for me as a woman to have this idea of our bodies not being our own. There’s this media ownership over the images of women’s bodies and there’s such an emphasis on your body representing who you are and defining who you are and also fitting into a specific box. I feel that’s a very resonant theme for young women like myself, and especially women in this industry.


i’m so done with studying and i haven’t drawn sam in a while, so here’s a boyking sam thing? wow i’ve completely forgotten how to draw him aughh

I’m grateful to my red hair now. And I doubt I’d have been offered half the roles I’ve played without it. It helps you stand out in the crowd in ways that used to make me cry when I was the only ‘ginger’ in a 40-mile radius at school. Now I’ve reached an age where I know it’s OK to be different. Vive la différence, in fact.


Me trying to make friends on the first day of school:
"So… Jim Moriarty, am I right?"