[L]ove Bailey is an artist, designer, performer and positive force of energy in the world. Inspired by her showgirl grandmother, Betty Bailey, Love’s life has always been a swirl of creative expression, one which she harbours into building community, purpose and integrity with her production house Slather Factory. Beginning as a space for queer artists, and it still is, Slather Factory’s services include consulting, branding, video production, styling, event production, & underground cabaret experiences.
From living in a showerless garage to finance her first film Slather It Up (recently accepted into Outfest and premiering in LA soon) to working with the likes of Naomi and Rihanna, Love’s artistic endeavours have always bled into other realms of creative industry. With glorious imagery from NYC photographer Eva Zar to illustrate, we got to know how Slather Factory can better what Andy Warhol’s Factory got wrong and how to live a little more like Love.