‘Reclaiming Things I Never Knew I Lost’: Corsets & Confidence with SINOPA RIN
Join us as we talk to the one-woman powerhouse, model/photographer/stylist/siren Sinopa Rin! Rin was gracious enough to pop her podcast cherry with Ferrero Rochelle & Rosie Verbose. We talk about the Internet modelling scene, life through the lens and regaining autonomy through self-portraits, among other ways Rin’s creativity & mental health intersect.
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'Reclaiming Things I Never Knew I Lost' | Corsets & Confidence with SINOPA RIN – The Invisible Cabaret Podcast: Mental Health & The Arts
THINGS MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST with Sinopa Rin:
- Moody Corsetry
- Waitress musical (no shade)
- To hear more on persona, check out our episode with Rubyyy Jones
- Our episode with Robert Hallow (musician Rosie mentioned)
- Rin’s painting: check out her Instagram Story highlight
- The Wild Journal by Willow Crossley
If any of the issues raised in this episode are affecting you, please do not be afraid to seek support. Help is available. The NHS website has a great directory to get you started.
If you enjoyed this episode, you might be interested to hear from fellow photographer, Richard ‘The Burly Photographer’ McKenzie, or fellow artist Elyssa Rider. Or if corsetry and lingerie is where it’s at for you, check out our episodes with burlesquers like Ida Sanguine or Demi Noire.
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