Paige Larson is a fictional character on the NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives. Introduced by executive producers Ken Corday, Lisa de Cazotte and Greg Meng, the character is portrayed by True O'Brien, who first appeared in March 2014 and departed in September 2015 after her character was killed off. O'Brien would make brief appearances via flashbacks and visions on until October 2015. O'Brien once again returned to the role for a one-off appearance in October 2017. Paige is introduced as a good samaritan who returns JJ Deveraux his wallet which he dropped and is in a relationship with him for majority of her time on the show, she is niece of Theresa Donovan. Following her death, it is revealed she is the daughter of Eduardo Hernandez making her the sister of Rafe Hernandez, Arianna Hernandez, Dario Hernandez and Gabi Hernandez, an aunt of Arianna Horton. In February 2014, Soap Opera Digest announced that model True O'Brien had been cast as Paige Larson on the series. O'Brien made her first on-screen debut on March 3, 2014.
About her audition, O'Brien said "It was an intense process. It was the first time I had tested for anything. I didn't know what was going on, so I just let it happen; when I walked out of there, I felt good. I was thankful to have had that opportunity to experience something like that." In June 2015, it was confirmed that O'Brien was let go from the series, she exited on September 9, 2015 when her character was the second to be killed off as part of the Necktie Killer storyline to commemorate with the show's 50th anniversary. O'Brien returned in flashbacks on September 28, when Paige's death scene was shown and in her mother's visions on October 2, 2015. In October 2017, O'Brien reprises the role of Paige as part of special dream-sequence episode on October 31, 2017. Paige would grew up with her single mother Eve Donovan, her father would be revealed to be Eduardo Hernandez, aka Eddie Larson. In early 2014, Paige Larson arrives in Salem without her mother, Eve Donovan and develops a connection to JJ Deveraux.
Upon Eve's arrival back to Salem, Paige's relationship with J. J. begins to hit a hard spot ending with them parting ways multiples times. She asks him out on a date, which he accepts. After their date, Paige meets up with J. J. at the park, where he apologizes profusely and asks for a second chance. She forgives him. Cole finds her at the park watching Parker play and tells her that J. J. will hurt her and that she deserves better, but when he sees that she's not listening to him, he leaves. He works with her mother Eve to break J. J. and Paige up. Cole plants drugs in J. J.'s backpack to frame him. When Paige realizes what Cole has done, she angrily confronts him. At first he denies the accusations, but Cole tells her how amazing she is and that she deserves better. Paige tells him to stay away from her and J. J. before leaving. Paige would find out that her mother and J. J. had an affair and Jennifer Horton knew about it and she confronts him at her surprise nineteenth birthday party, on May 21. She becomes cynical and wants nothing to do with them.
Paige begins a relationship with Kyle to make J. J. jealous, not knowing that he is a drug dealer and that J. J. works for him. Paige and J. J. begin to reconnect the following month. She becomes a witness to the Chad and Serena fight and would reveal what she saw, since Serena would be found murdered. Since they become close again, Paige is the first person J. J. was sworn not to involve the police. In early September, she would retell what she saw to Rafe and exchanges words with Chad, who doesn't remember what happened after the fight, calls J. J. afterward. J. arrives at her dorm, he finds her in the shower with a tie loosely around her neck. Paige is pronounced dead, much to the horror of J. J. and Eve who apologizes to Paige over her body. Chad DiMera is seen as the prime suspect, due to the fact that a flower found near the crime scene can only be found at the DiMera mansion. In December 2015, Ben Rogers was arrested for the string of murders, following a statement by Abigail Deveraux. Soapcentral.com | Who's Who in Salem | Paige Larson
Show You Love (Kato song)
"Show You Love" is a song by Danish DJ Kato and British DJ Sigala. It features the vocals of American singer Hailee Steinfeld; the song is a re-release of the 2015 song "Show You Love" Kato vs. Sigala featuring Grace Tither
Days of Our Lives
Days of Our Lives is an American daytime soap opera broadcast on the NBC television network. It is one of the longest-running scripted television programs in the world, airing nearly every weekday since November 8, 1965, it has since been syndicated to many countries around the world. Until the network's closure in 2013, Soapnet rebroadcast episodes of Days on a same-day basis each weeknight at 8:00 and 10:00; the series was created by husband-and-wife team Ted Betty Corday. Irna Phillips was a story editor for Days of Our Lives and many of the show's earliest storylines were written by William J. Bell. Due to the series' success, it was expanded from 30 minutes to 60 minutes on April 21, 1975; the series focuses on the Hortons and the Bradys. Several other families have been added to the cast, many of them still appear on the show. Frances Reid, the matriarch of the series' Horton family remained with the show from its inception to her death on February 3, 2010, her last appearance however was in December 2007.
Suzanne Rogers celebrated 40 years on Days of Our Lives in 2013, appearing on the show more or less since her first appearance in 1973. Susan Seaforth Hayes is the only cast member to appear on Days of Our Lives in all six decades it has been on air. Days of Our Lives aired its 10,000th episode on February 21, 2005, its 12,000th episode aired on January 11, 2013; the soap was given the title of most daring drama in the seventies due to covering topics other soaps would not dare to do. The show's executive producer is Ken Corday, co-executive producers are Greg Meng and Albert Alarr. In 2019, NBC renewed the serial through September 2020. Days of Our Lives is the most distributed soap opera in the United States; the show has been parodied by SCTV and the television sitcom Friends, with some cast members making crossover appearances on the show, including Kristian Alfonso, Roark Critchlow, Matthew Ashford, Kyle Lowder, Alison Sweeney. The show has had high-profile fans such as actress Julia Roberts and Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall.
The Cordays and Bell combined the "hospital soap" idea with the tradition of centering a series on a family, by making the show about a family of doctors, including one who worked in a mental hospital. Storylines in the show follow the lives of middle- and upper-class professionals in Salem, a middle-America town, with the usual threads of love, marriage and family life, plus the medical story lines and character studies of individuals with psychological problems. Former executive producer Al Rabin took pride in the characters' passion, saying that the characters were not shy about "sharing what's in their gut."Critics praised the show for its non-reliance on nostalgia and its portrayal of "real American contemporary families." By the 1970s, critics deemed Days of Our Lives to be the most daring daytime drama, leading the way in using themes other shows of the period would not dare touch, such as artificial insemination and interracial romance. The January 12, 1976 cover of Time magazine featured Days of Our Lives' Bill Hayes and Susan Seaforth Hayes, the only daytime actors to appear on its cover.
The Hayeses themselves were a couple whose on-screen and real-life romance was covered by both the soap opera magazines and the mainstream press. In the 1990s, the show branched out into supernatural story lines, which critics panned, as it was seen as a departure from more realistic storylines for which the show had become known. However, these storylines did have the desired effect, making Days of Our Lives the most-watched daytime soap among young and middle-aged women becoming one of NBC's five most profitable shows in any time slot. In 2006, when asked about his character, Jack Deveraux, "coming back from the dead"—for the third time—actor Matthew Ashford responded, "It is hard to play that because at a certain point it becomes too unreal...actors look at that and think,'What is this — the Cartoon Network'?"In addition to receiving critical acclaim in print journalism, the series has won a number of awards, including a Daytime Emmy for Best Drama in 1978 and 2013 and a Writers Guild of America, East Award for Best Drama in 2000 and 2013.
Days of Our lives actors have won awards: Macdonald Carey won Best Actor in 1974 and 1975. Susan Flannery and Eileen Davidson won Best Actress in 2014, respectively. Suzanne Rogers, Leann Hunley, Tamara Braun won Best Supporting Actress for 1979, 1986, 2009 and Billy Warlock won Best Younger Actor for 1988. In 2009, Darin Brooks took home the Emmy for Best Younger Actor", Tamara Braun won for Best Supporting Actress, the show's first acting victories in over 21 and 23 years, respectivelyAs with all other network programming, Days of Our Lives' ratings have declined somewhat since the 1990s. In January 2007 it was suggested by NBC that the show "is unlikely to continue past 2009." In November 2008, in an eleventh-hour decision, it was announced the show had been renewed through September 2010. The 18-month renewal was down from its previous renewal, for five years; the show made somewhat with ratings increasing as the year progressed. In March 2010, the show was renewed once again through September 2011.
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series
The Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series is an award presented annually by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. It is given to honor a young actress below the age of 25, who has delivered an outstanding performance in a role while working within the daytime drama industry. At the 12th Daytime Emmy Awards held in 1985, Tracey E. Bregman was the first winner of this award for her role of Lauren Fenmore on The Young and the Restless; the awards ceremony had not been aired on television for the prior two years, having been criticized for voting integrity. The award was called Outstanding Ingenue in a Drama Series, the criteria of the new category were deemed confusing. Adding to the confusion, the first winner and the Outstanding Supporting Actress winner that year, Beth Maitland, played characters near to the same age; the category was renamed Outstanding Juvenile Female in a Drama Series in 1989 and began using its current title in 1991.
The criteria were altered, requiring that the actress be aged 25 or below. Since its inception, the award has been given to 23 actresses; the Young and the Restless has the most awarded actresses with a total of eight. Since 2008, Jennifer Landon has been tied with three each. In 1999, Heather Tom became the most nominated actress in the category when she was nominated a seventh time winning a second time that year, she was nominated again the following year, holding the title with eight nominations, however lost to Camryn Grimes. In 2000, Grimes became the youngest recipient of the award, winning at the age of 10; as of the 2018 ceremony, Chloe Lanier is the most recent winner in this category for her work on General Hospital. Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees; the following individuals received two or more wins in this category: The following individuals received two or more nominations in this category: "IMDb:Daytime Emmy Awards". IMDb. Archived from the original on 2013-07-04
Pottery Barn is a United States-based upscale home furnishing store chain with retail stores in the United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Philippines and Australia. Pottery Barn is a wholly owned subsidiary of Williams-Sonoma, Inc.. The company is headquartered in California. Pottery Barn operates several specialty stores under the titles Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen. Pottery Barn has two retail catalogues, the traditional Pottery Barn catalogue and Pottery Barn Bed + Bath to focus only on its bed and bath lines; the Pottery Barn was co-founded in 1949 by Paul Secon and his brother Morris in West Chelsea, Manhattan. Paul Secon discovered three barns full of pottery from the factory of Glidden Parker in Alfred, New York who had stored extras and seconds up the road from the business; the Secon brothers built their chain up to seven stores. Paul sold his share in 1966 and Morris sold his to two outside partners in 1968; the new owner expanded the chain to 13 stores before selling it to The Gap in 1984.
The company was sold to Williams-Sonoma in September 1986. Its mail-order catalog was first published in 1987. In 2017, the company introduced an augmented reality app for iOS that allowed users to place Pottery Barn products into a room and save room design ideas. PBteen is the first home retailer to focus on teenagers, it was launched in 2003. The first PB Teen store opened in Georgia in 2009, as well as in Chicago; the store now has a sub brand PB Dorm aimed at young people starting college life. Pottery Barn is referenced a number of times in the US TV Show Friends, for example when Rachel buys furniture for Phoebe's apartment, claims that it's all authentically old furniture, it's all from Pottery Barn. Another example is in TV show Seinfeld, Kramer talks with Jerry about how he is receiving too many catalogs from Pottery Barn, he takes them and throws them into the store. Sheldon Cooper references it in the show The Big Bang Theory. A Pottery Barn retail store is seen situated next to Felix Ungar's Manhattan F.
U. Enterprises office/studio in "The Odd Couple's" first season in 1970. Pottery Barn is referenced in the Broadway Musical Dear Evan Hansen, as a location where the title character works, he informs another character that he can get her and her family a discount in "overpriced home décor." Williams-Sonoma Rejuvenation Pottery Barn's official site
Jessie (2011 TV series)
Jessie is an American comedy television series created by Pamela Eells O'Connell that aired on Disney Channel from September 30, 2011 to October 16, 2015. The series stars Debby Ryan, Peyton List, Cameron Boyce, Karan Brar, Skai Jackson, Kevin Chamberlin; the series follows Jessie Prescott, a young woman from a small town with big dreams who, rebelling against her strict father, decides to leave the military base in Texas where she grew up and moves to New York City. She accepts a job as a nanny and moves into a multimillion-dollar penthouse on the Upper West Side with the wealthy Ross family which includes jet-setting parents Morgan and Christina Ross and their four rambunctious children: Emma, Luke and Zuri, along with the family pet, Mr. Kipling, a seven-foot Asian water monitor lizard, revealed to be a female. With a whole new world of experiences open to her, Jessie embarks on new adventures in the big city as she grows to rely on the love and support of the children in her care. Assisting her are Bertram, the family's lazy and sarcastic butler, Tony, the building's 20-year-old doorman.
Jessie Prescott is an resourceful girl from the military base of Fort Hood, Texas. As a recent high school graduate rebelling against her strict father who wanted her to join the army, Jessie moved to New York City to realize her dreams of stardom, but due to an unexpected turn of events, ends up becoming a nanny to the four Ross children. Though at times both Jessie and the Ross kids can annoy each other, they all care for one another and Jessie is shown to be sometimes overprotective, her last name is revealed to be Prescott. In the episode "Make New Friends, but Hide the Old", she reveals that she is an only child of her family. Jessie has a complicated love life, her boyfriend stories are mentioned, only in "The Rosses Get Real" are they called something other than boring and pathetic. Her mother has never been seen, but is mentioned in "G. I. Jessie". Emma Ross is a diva, somewhat ditsy, cynical girl, eager to reorder the world to the way she sees it. Emma is the oldest child of the Ross family, Morgan and Christina's only biological child.
Emma doesn't appreciate her brother Luke. In the second season, she acts as Kitty Couture, she is into fashion and starts to get along with Luke more. She and Ravi spend time together as brother and sister, it is revealed in the episode titled Karate Kid-tastrophe that her full name is Emma Evangeline Ross. Luke Ross is a laid back, crafty boy, born in Detroit and has a passion for video games, break-dancing, causing mischief around the penthouse while being sarcastic at times, he considers himself a "ladies' man". Luke tried to date her in the first few episodes. Luke is the second oldest of the Ross children. In "The Kid Whisperer", his full name is revealed to be Lucas, he spends a lot of time with his brother and has a close bond with Bertram as well. In "Lizard Scales and Wrestling Tales", his middle name is revealed as Philbert, named after his grandpa. Ravi Ross is a gentle and courteous boy and raised for ten and a half years in West Bengal and the newest addition of the Ross family, he is imbued with the culture of his beloved homeland, but is thrilled with his new life in the United States.
He is the third oldest of the Ross children and the most intelligent. He appreciates his sisters all the same, he spends time with his lizard Mr. Kipling—later revealed as Mrs. Kipling—which he brought from India. Zuri Ross is a sassy, strong-willed, quick-witted and talkative girl, brought to NYC from her birth country of Uganda, she is creative with a penchant for rainbows, unicorns and country music, has many stuffed animals and imaginary friends. She is the youngest of the Ross children, she has close bonds with Jessie and her imaginary friends. Zuri lets go of all of her imaginary friends, hinting that she's becoming a mature adolescent. Bertram is the Ross family's butler, he is grouchy and very lazy, though begrudgingly helps Jessie navigate her job as nanny to the four Ross children. In "The Kid Whisperer", his hoarding obsession is revealed. In "Tempest in a Teacup", it is revealed, he has a passion for opera music and boy bands. Though the Ross kids, as well as Jessie, get on his nerves sometimes, he cares about them.
In "One-Day Wonders", it is revealed. Christina Ross is the mother of the four Ross children and a former supermodel turned business magnate. Tony is the doorman in the building where the Ross family lives who has strong feelings for Jessie and helps her navigate her adventures in the big city, he starts to date Jessie in "The Princess and the Pea Brain". They break up in "Break-Up and Shape-Up". In "The Trouble with Tessie", it is revealed, his parents own a restaurant in Little Italy. A recurring joke on the show has Jessie and Bertram asking the kids where they found some strange, but needed and the response is invariably "Tony knows a guy". Morgan Ross is the father of a famous movie director; the pilot episode reveals. In "Gotcha Day", he thought that slide was a great idea. Mrs. Kipling Mr. Kipling is the Ross family's house pet, a seven-foot Asian water monitor lizard, that Ravi brought from India
A graphic designer is a professional within the graphic design and graphic arts industry who assembles together images, typography, or motion graphics to create a piece of design. A graphic designer creates the graphics for published, printed or electronic media, such as brochures and advertising, they are sometimes responsible for typesetting, user interfaces, web design. A core responsibility of the designer's job is to present information in a way, both accessible and memorable. A Bachelor's degree or certificate from an accredited trade school is considered essential for a graphic design position. After a career history has been established, the graphic designer's experience and number of years in the business are considered the primary qualifications. A portfolio, the primary method for demonstrating these qualifications, is required to be shown at job interviews, is developed throughout a designer's career. One can obtain an MPhil / PhD in graphic design. Degree programs available vary depending upon the institution, although typical U.
S. graphic design jobs may require at least some form of degree. Current graphic designer jobs demand proficiency in one or more graphic design software programs. A common software package used in the graphic design industry is Adobe Creative Cloud; this software package contains the three main programs used by graphic designers, which are Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator are the industry standard applications for many graphic design positions. Another example of a common software package is CorelDraw Graphics Suite. Outside the graphic design industry, many people use Microsoft Word or Microsoft Publisher to create a layout or design. However, depending on the job at hand, most designers create the layout in either InDesign, CorelDRAW or QuarkXPress; the designer will type or import the text in the layout program importing the graphics and images they created in Photoshop or Illustrator. There are a couple of reasons a designer builds a layout in this fashion: Files going to press are printed at 300 dots per inch.
As a result, the file size can become large, depending upon the photos and graphics used in it. By using a layout program and linking these graphics and images, the working file is a fraction of the file size; when the designer is ready to go to press, s/he will either create a press-ready PDF. InDesign, CorelDRAW, or QuarkXPress make it possible to work with large multiple page layouts, such as catalogs and booklets. Since InDesign, CorelDRAW, QuarkXPress the original file, linking to the graphics and images, the designer can change the "original file" and it will update all instances throughout the document to save time. A web designer should understand how to work with XML, HTML, basic web programming scripts. A print designer should understand the processes involved in printing to be able to produce press-ready artwork. Designers should be able to solve visual communication challenges. In doing so, the designer must identify the communications issue and analyze information related to the issue, generate potential approaches aimed at solving the problem.
Iterative prototyping and user testing can be used to determine the success or failure of a visual solution. Approaches to a communications problem are developed in the context of an audience and a media channel. Graphic designers must understand the social and cultural norms of that audience in order to develop visual solutions that are perceived as relevant and effective. Graphic designers should have a thorough understanding of production and rendering methods; some of the technologies and methods of production are drawing, offset printing and time-based and interactive media. Designers are called upon to manage color in different media. 50 years ago, the graphic designer's portfolio was a black book or large binder in which samples of the artist's best printed pieces were carried to show prospective clients or employers. Printed pieces are protected inside by being mounted on boards or slipped into Acetate sleeves. Since the 1990s, portfolios have become computer digitized and now may be digitized and available on the Internet, or on CD, DVD, or via email.
Graphic design relates to corporate identity, the branding, "persona" of a corporation. Branding originated in the late 1890s and not only did it emerge as corporate identity, but it signified corporate quality. Many might recognize the process of "branding" a hot iron symbol or logo onto an animal's body to differentiate other cattle. Branding your business or any other type of asset that requires an identity does help one to be recognized in a commercialized industry. Exceptional graphic designers can create a brand that fits the company as well as define it through one simple logo. Graphic design occupations List of graphic designers Mood board