Epiphany Morgan

365 docobites: Stranger of the week – Miss Ruby Rabbit @ Las Vegas

Las Vegas




“I ended up homeless”

In the city made famous by the saying, “What happens here, stays here” (ie Las Vegas), Miss Ruby Rabbit epitomises that everything pin-up is all about femininity, strength & glamour. The story of how she reached her success within the pin-up world, however, is as shocking and heart-warming as they come.

Only a couple of years ago Ruby was homeless yet now she is winning crowns in competitions across the globe. Having faced all of the issues girls and women are confronted with in today’s aesthetic-driven society, Ruby has survived and come out on the other side.

Her journey from an ashamed isolated young girl to a confidant and proud woman is inspirational.


The Big Smoke is proud to promote the adventures of the 365 docobites crew

and will feature a 365 docobites “Stranger of the week” every Friday,

so check back each week to see who you get to meet next!




About 365 docobites…

The 365 docobites team, Epiphany & Carl, are travelling across five continents for an entire year to introduce the 365 docobites community to a “stranger a day” via a vlog of short and shorter documentaries. Each docobite will be as unique as the stranger it features, allowing their identity to drive the content. Whether we’re with a stranger for a moment or a day, 365 docobites will capture the essence of that time in their life; humorous or horrific, dramatic or delightful. What do these people look like? What do they think about? What makes them laugh, cry, scream and shout? What is life like for the strangers of the world?


Follow 365 docobites on Twitter (@365docobites)Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Vimeo.


Epiphany Morgan

Epiphany Morgan is the director of 365 docobites, an overly-ambitious project that has her travelling the world making 365 documentaries in 365 days sharing stranger’s short and shorter stories. Epiphany is an award-winning film-maker, having won best student director at the 2012 Australian Directors Guild Awards for her work on a documentary about the Kings Cross injecting room. Devoted to the arts as a form of expression, Epiphany sees creativity as a tool and as a source of knowledge, believing there’s a lot to learn from listening to people’s stories.

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