The New Hollywood Calendar Shoot





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Published on Sep 28, 2009


The intention of this collaborative, charitable project is to provide a supportive environment for women in the arts and most importantly, to play an active role in helping our environment. The New Hollywood will create a 2010 calendar using the women in The New Hollywood Womens Goal Group and will be shot by the accomplished celebrity photographer Deborah Anderson. The concept for the calendar will be Art Nouveau and will draw inspiration from the illustrations by artist Alphonse Mucha. All proceeds will go to an environmentally conscious non-profit TreePeople. In the fall of 2009 The New Hollywood will throw a launch party not only to debut the calendar and The New Hollywood but also to have all proceeds go toward Tree People.

"The New Hollywood" based in Los Angeles and New York City, is a group of professional women in the entertainment industry of all ages, backgrounds and ethnicities. We strive to support each other to achieve our individual, personal and professional goals. We provide a safe environment where our members are accepted as they are and encouraged to fulfill their potential. www.thenewhollywood.org

TreePeople: TreePeople is a nonprofit organization that has been serving the Los Angeles area for over three decades. Simply put, our work is about helping nature heal our cities. We offer sustainable solutions to urban ecosystem problems, focusing on three areas: 1. Training and supporting communities to plant and care for trees. 2. Educating school children and adults about the environment. 3. Working with government agencies on critical water issues. TreePeoples mission is to inspire, engage and support people to take personal responsibility for the urban environment, making it safe, healthy, fun and sustainable and to share the results as a model for the world. www.treepeople.org

Photographer: The photographic art of Deborah Anderson—"a photographer whose distinctive sensuality is located somewhere between classic French erotica and Helmut Newton" (Los Angeles Times)—adorns the walls of such notables as Sir Elton John, Kid Rock and jewelry designer Loree Rodkin. The famed Gansevoort Hotel group in New York and Miami, where her art also appears throughout the property, will exclusively showcase her debut solo album "Silence" (Somis Sound) and her new sensual book Paperthin (Verlhac) as the in-room featured coffee table book. As Art Director for the two hotels, she is currently working on the new Gansevoort Park Hotel project (due to open 2010) in Manhattan. Her book release, in March 2009, is Room 23 (daab), produced by Diana Jenkins. This year in the life of a hotel room features 100 celebrities—such as James Blunt, George Clooney, Cindy Crawford, Sir Elton John, Kid Rock, Lindsay Lohan, Donald Sutherland and Jerry Weintraub—raising funds and awareness for the Sanela Diana Jenkins International Justice Clinic at the UCLA Law School Human Rights Center. The first of three children, Deborah Anderson was born in London in the early 70s to Jennifer and Jon Anderson, legendary rock vocalist of the band YES. Her photography has graced the pages and covers of many magazines including GQ, ELLE, Cosmopolitan, L.A. Confidential and Architectural Digest. www.deborahandersonphoto.com

The New Hollywood official calendar launch party called Women Supporting Women Supporting Mother Nature where all proceeds go to TreePeople.

November 11, 2009 at 8pm at the Palihouse Hotel in West Hollywood, CA. http://www.palihouse.com/holloway.php

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