My name is Chelsea Small and I've been doing freelance modeling since 2007. Since then I've taken part in various types of modeling such as Fashion, Editorial, Lifestyle, Glamour, Runway, Swimsuit, Implied Nudity, and Runway. I currently work at Hooters and have competed in swimsuit competitions within the company as well as outside of the company. Because I work at Hooters I have a fairly flexible schedule, so anything goes
Although I'm always open to working with artists who want to expand their portfolio, I'm extremely limited to the kind of TF* work I do. I mainly do this for a living but I do however have fairly reasonable rates and for day long shoots would be willing to work for a flat rate. I personally believe in the saying "You get what you pay for". You can easily find someone to shoot for free, however they may not be the greatest. Although I'm not saying I'm the greatest, I am saying that I'm extremely experienced and move on my own without the need of coaching throughout a shoot. I also am extremely reliable and work quickly with quality.
Growing up in a military family, you're given the advantage of seeing all sorts of beautiful things and drawing an open mind to all things you encounter. Not only am I interested in modeling, but also the opposite side of the camera, looking through a lens into the beautiful world around us. Other than modeling I'm also interested in photography, vegetarianism, and singing.
If your interested in working with me, go ahead and take a look at my schedule to see if it'd work with yours:
I'm open to travel out of state if expenses are paid for (travel, accommodations).
Shooting with me
Because of certain experiences, badand
good, I felt it necessary to say what I expect from a shoot.
- I don't necessarily care to rush into shoots, and like to have some time for mental preparation for a shoot- at least a week if possible.
- I'm beyond alright with things being said to bring out the essence of a shoot, however there is a point where things said can cross the line of unprofessionalism and extreme creepyness. I'd prefer to stay on the other side of that line, where a wonderful, comfortable shoot with great outcomes resides.
-After shooting I expect to have a CD or Email with at least one photo from the shoot that's pixel dimensions are large enough to use in my portfolio, even if the other photos (if there are any) from the shoot are only web size. In my mind, when a TF* shoot is taking place, everyone involved should be able to receive at least one photo from a shoot that they can use in their book otherwise it really isn't a TF* shoot and it'd be hard for them to gain anything from the shoot aside from experiance.
-I understand that everyone's buisy, but if photos take a month to be recieved, they hopefully would look as though the slightest bit of effort was put into them.