Look though you might, good luck seeing the wires.
It’s her dancer’s training, me thinks. Invisible wires hold up her 5′ 8″ size 4 lithe form.
Sometimes blonde, sometimes brunette, with a captivating gaze set off by bright green on green eyes.
Holding herself before the lens with dancer’s grace further refined by her study of yoga, she charms us here today.
I also get referrals.
When I first started modeling I had some good photos of myself from my style blog and worked on getting amazing images with local photographers.
I started getting really good job offers and realized I could make a living off of it.
I have to say a lot of the shoots were just winging it and feeding off of each others creative energy.
It really just depends because each photographer has a unique way of working.
I find I feel the best when I am giving some sort of direction and the freedom to expand on it.
I love make-up.
I love how eyeliner can accentuate the shape and color of the eye.
I really styled modeling in fall of 2010.
It really helped to talk to other traveling models to figure out how to travel and get work consistently.
I started out with just trades to build my portfolio but at this point have too many photographs!
When shooting, it depends on the shoot what I will be doing specifically …
… But, I am working the camera.
It is a bit like acting in that respect.
Sometimes visualization is helpful and music.
I am not overly concerned with a bad angle because I am trying to convey a feeling.
My ballet experience and yoga practice really has helped me in finding grace and fluidity in my modeling.”
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