Archive: An n’ Pale | Café Conversation with model & artist Jany Tomba

Check out this review of our March session of An n’ Pale | Café Conversation with the fabulous Jany Tomba!

“When she came to the U.S. as a teenager from Haiti, she had no idea what being a model was like. During her career, Seventeen, Mademoiselle, Glamour, Ingénue magazines ran her face on their covers as did Simplicity, the catalogue of patterns, and she was in Macy’s ads, up to three times a week.

‘I was living the dream and I didn’t even know about the dream,’ she says in the 10-minute video made by her artist niece Sasha Huber that screened in the gallery before she spoke…”[read more]

 

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