Jack Bushell & Lauren Tyler
Director of Photography
Diego Felipe Rosende
Alicia Babin, Lauren Tyler
J. Arden Brimeyer
Justify My Love - Ingrid Chavez
Blissfully solitary in a white room with ten windows overlooking the shifting seasons of New England landscapes and skyways, Ingrid Chavez has been weaving intimate words into dreamtime poetry and song. In the short time that the Albuquerque- native floated along the perimeter of “Tinseltown,” Ingrid’s singular artistry penetrated the rare-aired realms of a few choice multi-platinum superstars.
While living in Minneapolis in the late `80s, Ingrid became a lyrical muse for pop icon Prince, a real life role captured on selections from his CD LoveSexy (1988) and on celluloid in his modern times musical Graffiti Bridge (1990) via her Spirit Child character named “Aura.” Poems that she and Prince turned into genre-defying sonic landscapes became the basis of her debut album May 19 1992 released on Paisley Park/Warner Bros, featuring the singles/videos “Elephant Box,” “Hippy Blood,” and the gem “Heaven Must Be Near.” In addition, while in the studio with Lenny Kravitz, Ingrid spontaneously transformed a letter into the lyrics that became the erotic classic “Justify My Love” (1990), a corner-turning milestone in the career of Madonna.