Photography Rebekah Campbell, Stylist Jaime Kay Waxman

Interview with Rebekah Campbell on RUNAWAYS

How did your story come about?
My story was born on the couch of a loft after a dinner party with Cecile. We were discussing
our origin stories and my love of tornadoes. From there, it escalated into a whirlwind of ideas.

Do you have a fun anecdote or story to share from your time shooting this?
This was a really special few days with people that became friends — lots of laughs and snow
and making something even when it was freezing outside. I’ll always remember talking to
everyone we shot about how strange of a place Oklahoma is.

What can you tell me about Unemployed Magazine?
Unemployed Magazine is not a magazine it’s a honey pot of inspiration and amazing ideas and
images you want to hang inside your home.

What else have you been up to lately? What’s next?
Lately I’ve been delving into more moving image and working on a script. It’s a process
completely different than photographs but I love it.

Can you describe your creative process?
My creative process involves a lot of image research, writing, pulling from film stills, old ideas
twisted into something new, inspiration from dreams. It’s really haphazard and it depends what
the final product will be.

What have you been listening to lately?
Recently I’ve been listening to a lot of PJ Harvey and Ween.

If you were a cocktail what would you be?
I would be a mezcal margarita that you are sipping in between jumps into the ocean. A little
spicy, a little sweet.

What advice would you give to your Unemployed self?
Your best ideas are born in the wee morning hours of 7AM or right before your head hits the
pillow — don’t constrict yourself to thinking that’s all there is.

Assistant stylist Avery Mcqueen
Casting Midland agency
Rylee Stumpf
Logan Taylor Fritz
Luke Eiey

Line production Cecile winckler Vance Brooking
Location Anthony Ferrara