A student of art, and photography, Asha Smith mastered an early understanding of lights and shadows, and textures and shapes. She first began experimenting with the transformative power of makeup on the subjects she photographed. She began to see the human face as her canvas, and makeup as a tool to create art on the canvas.
Her love of photography sparked an interest in film, and Asha ultimately earned a degree in filmmaking.
Finding the on-set demands of character analysis, maintaining film continuity, and collaboration with a creative team the most fascinating areas of film production, Asha incorporated her love of art, and the transformative nature of makeup artistry, with her love of film production.
In addition to film and television, Asha regularly works in beauty and fashion.
She finds the interpersonal interaction involved with makeup artistry – as well as the collaborative aspects and immediate satisfaction she receives from the work – a bigger draw than other mediums of creativity.
Video by Project Fathom/Kris Merc Makeup Artist
Film by Fletcher Crossman (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Makeup Department Another family dinner at the McGuy residence, and another feast of fast-paced conversation and free-flowing wine. But the McGuys are not alone in the house. An outsider lurks upstairs, and when he crashes into the party a shocking series of events lead to a dead body lying on the floor. What happens next reveals some deeply-held secrets and and forces this all-American family to question everything they've always believed about themselves.
Method or Madness
Television (Comedy) Makeup Department
The Lady Lovelace Deception System
Film (short) by Alexandre Moors (Sci-Fi) Producer The future: Virtual reality has taken a giant leap. For all people it is now possible to go to a place in virtual reality. Frank starts up his Lady Lovelace Deception System, a computer program with the beautiful singer Lady Lovelace. Soon he is joined by ten other spectators. All are mesmerized by the performance of Lady Lovelace. But when Frank started the program, another man got stuck in the elevator and now he joins the performance too. He doesn't appear to like Lady Lovelace though. Things go awry when he raises a gun. Written by Arnoud Tiele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
New School for Social Research