|Limited space = two of the same pose.|
Well, not quite, it was more like a turn in front of white butcher paper in the Raygun store - but it was a ton of fun all the same! I worked with John, who was a super fun guy, and spent about 35 minutes "modeling" 9 different Raygun T-shirts (If you've never seen these - seriously, go to http://www.raygunsite.com - you will end up wanting to buy many of them).
It was a tad awkward, because I ran out of interesting poses after about the third shirt, and I needed to stay essentially in one spot, and make sure you could still sort of read the shirt, so I was a bit limited in my motions. Or so I thought! After seeing Raygun's facebook page, I realized it didn't really matter what I did, it was more about having fun. Hopefully, some day in the future I can convince them to let back in there again, and perhaps I'll have a drink or two beforehand :)
I never actually listed "modeling" on my bucket list, but being the ham that I am, there is nothing in the world I love more than having my picture taken.
Score one for making the most of it!