Le Pustra is an International performer, model, muse, bon vivant and his celebrated style and theatrical vision  evokes a decadent dreamlike world of melancholia and sepia-tinted vignettes; inspiring other artists and  bohemians alike. He is also the creator, art director and curator behind Berlin's Weimar Republic inspired shows  Kabarett der Namenlosen and Le Pustra’s Frecher Salon.  He is a full member of British Equity and ITC.  Le Pustra has performed in glamourous destinations such as Paris, London, Los Angeles, Helsinki, San Francisco,  Rotterdam, Barcelona and Frankfurt. Credits include London Fashion Week, Berlin Alternative Fashion Week, The  Box (London), The Last Tuesday Society, Wilton's Music Hall, Koko, The Gore Hotel, Skibo Castle, Freemason's  Hall, The Royal Academy of Arts, Torture Garden, (London), Museo del Sottosuolo (Naples), Coney Island (USA),  Palais De Tokyo (Paris), Södra Teatern (Stockholm), Teatro Palladium (Rome), Wintergarten Varieté / Tipi Am  Kanzleramt (Berlin), Carnivale Di Venezia (Venice) and De Parel Spiegeltent (Australia).   Le Pustra‘s photo is currently on display at the famous V&A Museum in London. He also appeared in publications  such as fashion bible Vogue (UK & Italy), Reuters, Vanity Fair (Italy), i-D Magazine, Hunger Magazine, Harper’s  Bazaar, Playboy (France) and the books: ‘New Club Kids: London Party Fashion in the Noughties’ by Oggy  Yordanov, ‘Boy Story’ by Magnus Arrevad, ‘Night Flowers: From Avante-Drag to Extreme Haute-Couture ‘ by  Damien Frost and 'What Else is in the Teaches of Peaches' by Peaches. Television appearances include BBC4 and  Rai (Italy).