Heidi BlissenbachModel Female Memphis, Tennessee, US
My Website: HeidiMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/GiselleBlissenbach
Mayhem # 1062366
A little about me:
First and foremost I love and cherish my goddess shape figure. For over 10 years I've been a full-time Life Drawing Model for art schools, and artists worldwide. My first modeling experience was in Picasso's studio in Paris, France for the Artist Dediere Lambert. Dediere studied under Picasso as a teenager and Picasso willed his studio to Dediere after his passing. While living in Paris, Dediere sought me out in Paris to study my figure, shape and goddess like features to paint me; a flattering and liberating experience. Currently, a fine arts life drawing model at local art schools in the area as well as private artist life drawing sessions.
Available with such shots as: nudes, outdoor artistic nudes, near or in water/rain, clawfoot tub, shower, creative lighting effects inside or out, trash-my-dresses or trash-my-lingerie and body paint, candle wax, and/or figure drawing/realism painting sessions. Any clothes I do not have and you want for the shoot - you will pay the expense or buy it for me. Also, I have access to an amazing old late 1800's castle in Memphis. ;-)
I've had no plastic surgeries, lip injections, augmentations and am au naturel with my appearance; unshaven, except for my underarms. I absolutely LOVE my breasts as most others do too! No scars on face, tattoo's, nothing. Pure vanilla skin. I'm extremely curvy, sway back, venus style body, no ribs or bones showing (thank the goddesses above). ;-) My body is a complete work of art as you will see. As my grandmother said, "If you can't brag about yourself, nobody else will!"
I take direction very well as long as you effectively *COMMUNICATE* your ideas/ creative outlook for shots. No "sheepish" photogs when communicating; directly ask me what you want and the visions you have for the shoot. NO, you are NOT allowed to touch me or any model. Use words to tell me what needs to be changed for each pose if need be.
Remember: Less is More.
I make a living modeling full-time, and for the love and passion of the arts, and expect to be compensated for my work as we all should.
Topic of TFP - There is none. I have rates - Traveling adds up! Flights/hotels/rental cars/gas are expensive. By paying my rates, you allow me to travel to your area, something that would not be possible without your help. If you do not believe in paying models, please think of it as a donation to a worthy cause.. : ) Rates are standard and reasonable and sometime negotiable. NO CHECKS!
Rates for shoots and life drawing sessions. 100/hr nude, 80/hr lingerie, 65/hr glam/fully clothed / Artists Model for Life Drawing sessions =40/hr All sessions require a two hour min.
Lastly, I LOATHE tardiness and expect the start time of a modeling session to be respected. My time is as valuable as yours. Please call or text if you're going to be late.
I travel to various parts of the US often- (All over Tennessee, Florida, N. California, Colorado and various Southern US regions, and sometimes the East Coast).
If you are interested in working together contact me with any questions and/or details of your artistic shots/project, and I will contact you as soon as possible. Once a report has been established via email, by the second/third email I will call you to discuss further. If no verbal communication has been established at least one week before booking a shoot with me, consider the shoot to be void. I've dealt w/ enough flaky photographers to write the rules.
Serious inquiries only please.
References available on request, as I will require the same.
Gas and or flight expenses will be paid if traveling more than 20 miles from my location.
Looking forward to working with you.
ps. check out my port on OMP - model number: 398427 more pics there, but site is not GUI friendly.
Acted in these Indie Films:
Team Picture- By Kentucker Audley 2008
Bright Sunny South -won Slamdance award at Sundance, 2006, Kentucker Audley
Dollar$ & Sign$ -Director Brandon Hutchinson, 2005,