Public Lion: The Pimlico Poisoning

Screen shots of Erin McNulty's 'The Pimlico Poisoning.'

The Pimlico Mystery is an uncomfortable story to read. Ecpecially if you're a woman. Needless to say, it was even more uncomfortable to realise that for this project I will have to impersonate Adelaide Bartlett, who in 1886 is believed to have poisoned her husband with large amount of chloroform.
To my astonishment, working on Erin McNulty's 'The Pimlico Poisoning' was more of a delightful positive experience than an emotional wreck.
I had a chance to discover Southend, get to know some strong and intelligent women, sit in cars that are probably older than I am and work with one, soon to be, very successful and talented filmmaker.

Thank You, Erin.

Your Lion.


Table Sunday: Adrian Mesko

Sunday's playlist:
Mask - Maribou State & Pedestrian (Original Mix)

Jetlag Prod - Every Woman
Hot Toddy - Down To Love (Henry Krinkle's Lush Haus Mix)

My morning.

(Adrian Mesko diary pictures)

Enjoying coffee, long boarding again, hanging out with my natives, going to see The Neighbourhood in London, spending the night chatting with my lovely Jaks, breaking into Battersea Park just for a night walk, working, wearing heels 24/7, modeling, reading books, reading magazines, buying new albums, finding new Spanish places to dine out and buying floral cushions and towels for Dominique's visit.
So that's pretty much my last week. 
Which is why I hope you understand how much I enjoy spending my morning on our kitchen table. Reading Russh, listening to amazing music, drinking orange juice and eating rice crackers.
Let me tell you one thing. London is a wild place full of even wilder animals. Even though I am more than grateful to be a lion here, it feels good to be a cat sometimes. Like this Sunday. 
Table Sunday with my latest discoveries and inspirations.