In Genesis we all do our own thing. We make costumes, we organise. Sew and wire. We do fibreglass, as you see what we're doing. The art of carnival is like what you see me doing here; getting things in my head and expressing it on these different costumes. Just ideas get to my head and I started. I already knew what I wanted to do and I decide to put other things onto my original design and that's the end product. My son is going to wear that, he's playing the king. The name of the theme that we're playing this year is millennium fireworks. The king actually is demonstrating how fireworks is done for the year 2001.
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