THIS IS ALL BODY PAINT. (well minus the gauntlets, gold parts hanging off my shoulders and thighs and the ribbon)

Amazing paint job by Lisa Berczel, photography by Colin Smith, editing and touch ups by Lee Kohse. Project put together by Webble.

Character: Aigis from Persona 3.

The AoS:LA crew is thrilled to announce Jessie Pridemore will be playing the role of Helena Acacius!

Jessie has been acting from the age of seventeen. In 2006, she starred in an award winning independent feature that was featured on Apple.com. In early 2014, she starred in a Windows Phone commercial. Jessie is also an award winning seamstress, with her works featured on Machinima and Nerdist, and created for many companies, including Obsidian Entertainment.


Coming up with the second entry for this Tumblr has been the hardest, so have a blast from my past. In June 2005 I relocated to San Fransisco for a month to star in an Independent film called “Busgirl”. It was my first time acting on camera, up until this point I had only done theatre work. Let’s say it’s not my best work. Your first film is a life changing experience. Once you learn how everything works and how you look on screen, it’s different. I can’t even see movies the same way anymore. I wish I knew back then what I know now, but everyone has to start somewhere.

In 2006 “Busgirl” premiered at Cinequest and won the “Viewer’s Voice” award. It was pretty uncomfortable looking at myself on the big screen. I only keep very casual communication with the people from the film. Everyone went their separate ways and the film didn’t really go anywhere after that. Shortly after that it was featured in the front page of the entertainment section of Apple.com. So hundreds of thousands of people got to see my ugly mug.

After I moved to New York, I tried to continue to pursue acting, but my talent agency kept sending me to girl next door stuff and music video auditions. I walked into an Apple audition and they told me from the get go I was too unique looking to apply, but they would still allow me to do so (They liked how high I could jump). I did a lot of extra work. It’s funny how scripted reality TV is. Then I picked up a camera and forgot about acting for a while.

Anywho, enough rambling! Enjoy!


Hi, here’s video number four from my album Brook Pridemore’s Gory Details.  It’s called “No One Belongs Here More Than You.”  Share and enjoy.  Miranda July, please don’t sue me.  Mastication is the sincerest form of flattery.  We’re having a cassette release party at Mercury Lounge, 1/29.  With Ken South Rock and Kung Fu Crimewave.

A thoughtful, sensitive male Wisconsin legislator has proclaimed that he is against divorce under all circumstances — even spousal abuse. And he’s got a message to all those ladies out there getting the shit beaten out of them by their husbands: remember the good times, back before things took an abusive turn, and maybe you’ll fall in love again. There, isn’t that better? Now, chin up, and go back out into that awful marriage of yours like a champ. 

The obtuse anti divorce champion is Republican Don Pridemore. And this isn’t the first time the Heartless Cheesehead has acted in a manner most unbecoming. 

Remember earlier this month when another Wisconsin lawmaker thoughtfully suggested that maybe single parenthood should be considered a factor that may be indicative of child abuse? Pridemore was a co-sponsor of the bill that would’ve made it a crime for a person to dare try to raise a child on their own outside of the pillowy soft Magic Zone of marriage. But what about women who are being abused by their husbands? Shouldn’t they have the option to extract themselves from an unhealthy situation? Nope, says Pridemore. And he’s got some expert abused spouse marital advice as well: “If they can refind those reasons and get back to why they got married in the first place it might help.” 

So, the solution to divorce and spousal abuse is just remembering why you love your abuser? Did he learn about love, relationships, and psychology from tragic early country songs?



video at link.

What the what?

Wisconsin Lawmaker to Spousal Abuse Victims: If You Are Being Beaten, Just Remember the Things You Love About Your Husband

If you need any further proof that we are in the midst of a full-on patriarchal biblical-religious war on women, a Wisconsin lawmaker is happy to provide it.

According to Yahoo News, Wisconsin Rep. Don Pridemore helpfully suggests that, rather than divorcing an abusive spouse, you should try to remember the things you love about the guy while he is beating you up.

In Wisconsin — yes, the same state where lawmakers have introduced a bill penalizing single mothers for being unmarried — a Republican state representative has come out against divorce for any reason — even domestic abuse

Instead of leaving an abusive situation, women should try to remember the things they love about their husbands, Representative Don Pridemore said. “If they can re-find those reasons and get back to why they got married in the first place it might help,” he told a local news station.

Yahoo continues:

Pridemore — who, coincidentally, is a co-sponsor of Republican state Senator Glenn Grothman’s “being single causes child abuse” bill as well as a controversial voter ID bill that was ruled unconstitutional earlier this week.

Grothman now asserts that not only is single parenthood a factor in child abuse, women in particular are to blame for it.

Basically, if you are female, Mr. Grothman and Mr. Pridemore feel you are worthless once you leave the delivery room. According to Yahoo, “while [Pridemore] thinks women are capable of caring for a family “in certain situations,” fathers are the only ones who provide structure and discipline. If they don’t grow up with married biological parents, Pridemore says, “kids tend to go astray.”


And what’s his excuse?

By Jodi Jacobson | Sourced from RH Reality Check 
Posted at March 24, 2012, 8:32 am


Moviepilot Presents… Women in Geek Media - Super Girls on a Mission! (…

I was on a panel at New York Comic Con! Here’s the footage I was able to capture before my camera died (with a snippet of a friend’s cellphone footage).

Disclaimer: The audio isn’t super fabulous because the panels on either side of us were extremely loud. Also sorry for being the only person in focus.

New media – old problems. The explosion of digital media as a creative platform is a game-changer for content creation and sharing. But the challenge in building diversity across this platform is no different from any other media revolution. Indeed, women have become a strong voice on the web, but there’s work still to be done. Some of the most successful and visible women in geek media weigh in on the challenges they’ve faced and how they’ve overcome the obstacles to build brands that resonate.

Find out more about the panelists!

Alisha Grauso:

Catrina Dennis:

Jessie Pridemore:

Yanise Cabrera

Brittany Sandler:

Holland Farkas

More Real: Jessie “RuffleButt” Pridemore is an outspoken proponent of women in anime and Cosplay. She fully encourages young women to be strong characters … — Art in the Age of Truthiness

We out here NY. Come to Palisades in Brooklyn Tonight! ill be playing with Pat the Bunny, Brook Pridemore & Dear Sir or Madman. 8 pm / All Ages

Watch on warrenbritt.tumblr.com

The ever so charming Patrick Stump lookalike Brook Pridemore Explains It All!

Watch out Clarissa!