Melissa George: A Dignified Woman
The Muse. A woman so rare, so captivating that her very presence inspires men to create art. The Ancient Greeks thought they were goddesses and the source of all knowledge. The modern man might doubt the influence of a female muse, but the Dignified Man knows better…
There is a Muse living in all women. How else can you explain the way a woman’s presence can change the temperature of a room, or the way she can speak the language of sex through subtle motion and a quick glance, without uttering a single word? How else is it that a woman can seemingly give any space the reverberation and awe of a Renaissance cathedral with just a smile or a moan. The fact is that these rare creators of art, these muses, are all around us, sliding in and out of our everyday lives quietly inspiring us all.
It is with that assignment that Todd DiCiurcio captured Melissa George on film for the Dignified Devil. Through his eyes we can now experience the woman as “Muse,” once only thought to have existed inside the tales and songs of the ancient philosophers. We now have proof of her on film.