Gwendolyn Jane | Facebook | Model Society | Little Model Wishlist
Full-time traveler, nomad, dandelion seed on the wind.
My current location reflects the next cities where I am traveling.Join me on this incredible adventure - Sign-Up Code: "GWEN"
Fall Registration now open!
8 - 14 Sacramento
27 - 29 Portland
11 - 16 SFBA
17 - 22 Houston w/ Amelia Simone
23 - 25 Atlanta
1 - 3 Chicago
5 - 9 Utah Photo Adventure w/ Dasha
9 - 11 Kim Weston Workshop in Carmel at Wildcat Hill
12 - 16 Los Angeles - Las Vegas
17 - 21 Utah and Colorado
22 - 27 Utah Photo Adventure w/ Dasha
28 - 30 Utah
4 - 9 Desert Resort Workshop with Mark Comon and Kim Weston in Palm Desert
NOVEMBER - MARCH
Where would you like me to go?
An equine beauty: long, strong model with a ballet background, a uniquely long torso with glorious, natural curves. Tattoo and modification free, but for one small scar on navel. No explicit work; though I do dabble with the line between sensual and erotic, I will not directly display my genitals. Proficient with hair and make-up.
- Currently sporting natural, full grown, pubic hair, occasionally trimmed -
Fine Art |muse|
Underwater ( love )
... and many genres in between. Versatile body, face, mind. Please: test my limits, expand my horizons, engage my mind, help me surprise myself, challenge me.
Please message me for bookings. I accept friend requests willy nilly. If I request your friendship, it's usual because I admire you and/or want to look you up when I travel to your area.
If you cancel within 48 hours of a scheduled, confirmed shoot, then I reserve the right to request a full reimbursement.
I'm an adventuresome tough cookie, but I do require prior discussion of any unorthodox or challenging situations: i.e. bodypaint, cold weather, public nudity, sticky liquids on my body, underwater, extreme locations, fetish, multi-model, etc. As a rule of thumb, I do not shoot anything potentially compromising or dangerous on the first session. Because my safety and well being is vital for my continued success as a model, I limit potential hazards and avoid unnecessary risks.
Thank you for reading.