Marjorie Goodson speaks about her new project in Dolce Magazine
A sold out invitation-only event at the Beverly Hills Dior celebrated dance, fluidity and grace with its stunning presentation of their spring-summer 2019 collection
I ❤ LA and the honor is all mine to be featured in Modern Luxury Angeleno as one of LA’s “Dynamic Women” — and it certainly doesn’t hurt that the incredibly handsome and talented Andrew Garfield is on the cover🔥
Ballet dancer Marjorie Goodson can nail a split, hold an arabesque on the tip of her pointe shoes, and practically kick her heels to her head while leaping into the air. But there’s one thing that sets her apart from a majority of the dancers you see onstage (and on Instagram): She’s 54 years old.
In her new dance photography book, MG, Marjorie Goodson stepped out of her comfort zone, a frightening and enlightening experience in equal measure.
As a young girl, it was fun to be the daughter of a famous gameshow producer. “Goodson” was a household name back then when my father’s shows inundated daytime television. There was a familiarity people showed when they found out that I was his daughter
‘This is what I know…I’m a work in progress,” writes veteran ballet and jazz dancer, Marjorie Goodson, in the foreword of MG, an ambitious collection of over 150 riveting photographic essays, beautifully formatted in a sleek, oversized hardcover art book.