Imperfectly Perfect - Jade Patteri
Jade was a star at five years old, well at least that's what she told everyone who watched her on the stage that her dad built her in the back yard. It was the nightly improvisation, commercials and musical theater sketches with mom, dad and friends that cemented her love of singing, dancing and acting. At age 7, she made her first movie. Yep, she directed, edited and acted with her two best friends; amazing what you could do with an iPad!
Her first film experience was as Angel in Master Media's short film "Building Bridges" at the opening the Variety Arts Conference. Jade continued with her early success playing the lead role of Millie as an eighth grader in Village Christian High Schools production of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" for which she won a National Youth Arts Award as best lead actress in a musical.
New Music coming soon!
What a Blessing to be the artist we outliving a world of safety constraints how special is our vibrant family filled with emotions, mystery and paint. Costumes are the eye-gates to our souls. What a blessing is our act – to give, changing faces, perhaps one hundred fold, or better yet one heart revived to live in hope and love from whence grew bitter mold. Costumes are the eye-gates to their souls.
What a blessing is our art to explore so much color we might otherwise miss, from scarlet depths of passions burning door to pearly tears that crave a healing kiss. Costumes are the eye-gates to our souls. What a blessing we share a stage so grande that its’ sculpt shall never see its’ complete, for in the striving, each gesturing hand inspires tomorrow’s echoing feet. Costumes are the eye-gates to their souls. God Bless You.