Victoria Vantoch is an historian and journalist with a doctorate in history. She’s written on topics ranging from fashion, sexuality and architectural preservation. Her work has also appeared in The Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, and The Los Angeles Times. She received honors from the Smithsonian Institution Guggenheim Fellowship and a NASA Aerospace History Fellowship for her book about airline stewardesses, “The Jet Sex”. She’s also lectured at venues around the United States, such as the National Air and Space Museum, the Organization of American Historians, and the Library of Congress. And I absolutely adore her. This piece was done as a present for her husband Misha Collins (and her, if she wants portraits of herself, haha) for their 15th wedding anniversary in 2016. I posted it to him on twitter, but whether either of them saw it is unknown.