About Carmen Johnson

This emerging retro pop artist has captured her love for flapper hats, old black and white movies, and stylish fashion and made it her own. The girls represented in the art of her “Bohemian Girl Collection,” wearing their signature flapper hats with their high heel stilettos, have that retro chic feel, but with a modern twist. As a self-taught and always learning artist Johnson enjoys watching old films and listening to old jazz music, which inspires her art creation.

In 2008 Johnson was captivated by the British documentary Time Warp Wives. Inspired by what she saw, Johnson started her new career as a "Retro Reporter". She created a website where she could interview and meet people that have that passion for that old school lifestyle. In addition TimeWarpWives.Com also features retro events, movies, music, fashion shows and the best retro places to shop. Those who go to the site will also enjoy beauty, fashion, and home keeping retro tips, passed down from past generations.

In 2009, Johnson started her new film company "RetroTimes Productions". Her film company will include movies and documentaries about retro living, retro design, and retro style.

In 2010 Johnson has brought creative writing and acting to a different level when she launched her new fictional story, Victoria Lee Jones and The Valedictorians Secret Society. In this new adventure Johnson will be playing the main character Victoria Lee Jones, who is a smart and bashful New York reporter for the Retro Times Post.

Besides her fascination with retro living Johnson loves to decorate. In 2011 she became an Interior Decorator after graduating from Ashworth University. Her future goal is to design her own home and live in it. She also volunteers in her community by visiting her neighbors and teaching them about the promises of a paradise earth under God's Kingdom government.

As a person that is very passionate about retro, Johnson have always yearned to live in those bygone years. Although those days are far gone, she believes that we can still bring a little bit of the past to the 21 century and beyond. Johnson's favorite movie is Back to the Future. Her favorite artists are Andy Warhol and Alphonse Mucha. And her all time favorite movie star is Audrey Hepburn.

Johnson resides in Orlando Florida with her husband and their dog.
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