The giant trophy was borrowed from Mc Gee’s Stamp & Trophy in Orem.
The pricetag was carefully removed, saved and reapplied after the photo shoot.
Whether the camera was clicking or not, Mallory Everton’s whole body was ready for anything.
“I watched Ted Talks on modeling before I came over here,” she said at the shoot. ” The Utah Valley Magazine photo shoot day included hair, makeup, lunch, chatting in the hall and the actual photo shoot. ” Jared Shores (producer/ref) and Matt Meese were the last two to sit in the hair/makeup chairs.
“This feels like we’re at your funeral,” Whitney Call says.
Matt sprawled out on the stretcher, and then the cast deliberated on whether his head was at the right end.Mallory stumbled into sketch comedy as a freshman in college when she went to see Whitney Call (a good friend from her childhood; also a Portlander, also emotional about trees) audition for Divine Comedy at BYU.She quickly realized that nothing could be more fun than sketch comedy, and it’s all been downhill from there.The castmates and photographer brainstormed a fun group shot that would relate to the Scott Sterling sketch, which is the all-time viewed Studio C video at nearly 17 million.“Think ‘pickup sticks,'” said Natalie Madsen (far left).
The pyramid was the first attempt for the cover photo.