Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Exclusive Interview with Doll Developer Joan Greene about Ashton Drake's Princess Diana Doll
~ Exclusive: Doll developer Joan Greene on designing Ashton Drake Princess Diana tribute doll: Part 1 ~
An Exclusive Interview with Joan Greene, Product Designer of the Ashton Drake Princess Diana Doll
As reported in Gene doll developer and art director Joan Greene inspired by Barbie, doll artist, developer, and art director Joan Greene was at a doll collectors' convention in Nashville on August 28. As part of her presentation, she mentioned that she had been called in to work as the product designer with sculptor Titus Timescu to create a Princess Diana doll for Ashton Drake immediately following the death of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Interview with Joan Greene, Developer of Ashton Drake's Princess Diana Doll Line: Part 2 ~
Gene Doll Developer and Art Director Joan Greene Worked with Sculptor Titus Timescu to Create the Princess Diana Doll for Ashton Drake
As reported in Remembering Diana, Princess of Wales, with Collector Dolls, Diana Frances Spencer was born on July 1, 1961. In the months preceding her marriage to Prince Charles on July 29, 1981, several collector dolls were issued depicting Diana in her wedding dress. When Diana, who had become known as "The People's Princess," died on August 31,1997 Diana, Princess of Wales, was immortalized through several collector dolls. (Examiner) The first of the new tribute dolls issued was the Ashton Drake Princess Diana doll, designed by Joan Greene. Greene shared some details about the development of the Princess Diana doll with me in an exclusive interview to mark the 13th anniversary of Princess Diana's death.