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Willow Parker

a strong woman looks a challenge dead in the eye and gives it a wink.

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a character in “Elite”, as played by partially-stars

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a strong woman looks a challenge dead in the eye and gives it a wink.x -- Gina Carey
nightmare | hurricane | control



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F U L LXN A M E
willow daisy parker.

N I C K N A M E (S)
will.

B I R T H D A Y
june 21

A G E
17

C L A S S I F I C A T I O N
senior

S E X U A L I T Y
pansexual.

R E L A T I O N S H I PXXS T A T U S
single.

E T H N I C I T Y
50% african american, 50% scottish.

H O M E T O W N
San Francisco, CA.

H E X
#794044.



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S T Y L E
Willow’s style is all elegance. Her wardrobe is a spectrum of black, white, and grey. Sure, sometimes she’s seen in t-shirts and jeans, but something about her makes that look elegant. When performing, she sticks to the classic black and white, but never sticks to quite the traditional. She once performed in a black t-shirt, jeans and heels, having found her blazer too restrictive. Day to day, she sometimes expands into a dash of colour, but tends to stick to grey and black.

H E I G H T & W E I G H T
5’9”, 129 lb

A P P E A R A N C E
The first thing one would notice about Willow is the halo of curls surrounding her face. The colour shifts from a mid brown to almost red or blonde depending on the light. Her curls are well maintained and are her pride and joy. Her almond shaped eyes are a steel grey that holds the gaze of anyone that meets it, holding the intensity that keeps Willow burning. She’s tall and slim, with an hourglass figure. Everything about her seems to demand attention, from her posture and body language to the intensity burning behind her gaze, the determination in her jaw and her lips. Her skin is a light brown in winter but darkens to a dark bronze when she spends a lot of time in the sun.



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H A B I T S
She has recently stopped biting her nails but relapses back into it when she’s angry or extremely stressed. She plays with her hair when she’s tired. She is always carrying a water bottle and always drinks at least two liters of water a day. Regardless of the weather, she’s always wearing at least factor 30 and takes incredible care of her skin.

Q U I R K S
She has a wonderful singing voice but hates singing in public. She can play piano, violin, and ukulele. She always gets the giggles during long silences, and the more serious the situation, the worse she gets. Before a performance, she won't talk to anyone for at least half an hour beforehand, but she's bubbly and open when she comes off. She doesn't actually like talking classical music.

L I K E S
classical music - electronic music - violin - heels - lavender - masculine perfume - her curls - hand cream - trying new food - asian food - performing - proving people wrong

D I S L I K E S
boring music - banjo - boring shoes - orchestral drama - reality tv - rain - snow - being seen as a stereotype - cheese - cheaters - infidelity - snobs - mushrooms - beer


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Willow is, at times, the typical prima donna musician. She’s confident, demanding attention with every movement, every word. It isn’t that she desires this constant attention, but she sure as hell doesn’t mind it. She likes things to be done her way; but in her defense, her way usually isn’t a bad way of doing things. She hates being overshadowed, hates being in the shadows. If she does something, she wants to be credited for it, and she wants her fair share of credit. God help any classmate which attempts to claim credit for a project where she put in most of the work. Music is her passion, the only thing she ever wants to do in life, and the only reason she even turns up to the rest of her classes is because she needs a scholarship to be able to afford to go to Juilliard. Her talent will only get her so far, her father has her warned. She has total confidence in her musical ability.

But Willow isn’t exactly a diva. Her friends are her rock, and she would give them anything or do anything for them. Her father has given up so much for her, and she’s determined to give him everything she can. She’s already playing in a professional orchestra and working as a barista to help pay for college. Hard work and Willow are no strangers. She’s currently playing third chair, and has so much respect and admiration for the first and second chairs. Willow’s mom left when Willow was seven, and Willow didn’t have much of a female role model in her life. Now she seeks them out and is drawn to powerful, influential women. She’s flirtatious but doesn’t want to settle. Commitment isn’t what she wants right now, and she’s perfectly upfront about that.


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ISAAC PARKER
father
Isaac is Willow’s rock, and she doesn’t know what she’d do without him. Every penny he has goes to his kids, and he’s immensely proud of Willow. They have their disagreements, and Willow knows her father would much rather she stay on the West Coast instead of going to Juilliard. But she’s always had her heart set on New York, and he isn’t going to stop her.
ROSEMARY SHIPPEN
mother
Rosemary left when Willow was seven in a nasty divorce. But Rosemary reached back out to the family and they’ve reconnected, and are all on good terms. Things we still a little tense between Willow and her mother, and they’re still only getting to know each other. They bicker, but they also bonded over their love of shoes.
FINN PARKER-SHIPPEN
brother
Willow’s older brother was the reason Rosemary reached out to Willow and Isaac. Being almost seven years older than Willow, the two were never extraordinarily close, especially as Finn went to college halfway across the country. He’s a doctor now, and recently changed his name to reflect both of his parents. He’s trying to get to know Willow, but it’s tough.


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H I S T O R Y
The cracks were already appearing in the marriage before Willow was born, but the stress of a new baby drove the final wedge between them. Willow’s arrival meant long nights and frayed nerves, and almost constant arguments. Even still, it took seven years before the divorce finally went through and Rosemary walked out, seemingly never to return. They both loved Willow and Finn, but Rosemary declared that she wanted a completely new start, without kids. So Isaac raised the two kids on his own. Finn worked his ass off and got a full ride to do pre-med in Yale, leaving when Willow was eleven.

Willow first picked up the violin when she was five. Her mother played, albeit not well. Her mother took her violin with her when she left, but Willow was completely in love with the instrument by that point. When her mother left, she threw herself into learning the instrument. At first, it was to make her feel closer to her mother. And then it became a part of her, an extension of her body. She taught herself to play the piano and the ukulele, but the violin was her true love. She played in the school orchestra from a young age, and her talent was known and appreciated.

It was her freshman music teacher that first mentioned Juilliard to her. Her father’s heart broke when Willow brought it up, but he didn’t dare tell her no. The determination to make it there made Willow throw herself into her schoolwork and her practice, knowing she’d need a full ride, just like her brother. And when the local orchestra was auditioning, she went along. She was young, young enough she feared they’d turn her down on that alone. But they accepted her without a second thought. She got a job in a coffee shop and trained as a barista to work weekends. She would never say it’s easy, but hard work doesn’t scare her. She relishes the newcomers, knowing that some fresh competition should liven things up.


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So begins...

Willow Parker's Story