Having done over 1000 shoots in the last 9 years, I believe I have tuned and mastered my craft. I am drawn to and driven by creative individuals coming together to make art. I started modeling at 14. I never would have thought before hand that I could do such a thing, all my school portraits were atrocious. After I did my first photo shoot I realized, “Gee, if you take more than one or two photos... you might get a good one”. What a concept ! At my first shoot other new model's were asking my mother as I was posing how I knew what to do. I was a natural. The one thing I hear often from photographers and directors is that they don't have to pose or direct me, they get to focus on shooting as they should.
Glamour and lingerie is my specialty, but I love fashion and commercial work as well.
~~~*PHOTOGRAPHERS I HIGHLY RECOMMEND*~~~
EVOLVE PHOTOGRAPHY (Mayhem #762748)
CALIFORNIA PRO PHOTO (Mayhem #782935)
KEVIN BREAK PHOTOGRAPHY
RC PHOTO (Mayhem #1296)
KARL YAMASHITA (Mayhem #376476)
~~~ LOOKING FOR LOCAL LOS ANGELES PHOTOGRAPHERS, STYLISTS, HAIR & MUA TO WORK WITH~~~
(I am particular in whom I work with on trade terms.)
I BELIEVE TF SHOULD BENEFIT BOTH PARTIES!!!
NO IMPLIEDS/NUDES FOR TF- DON'T EVEN ASK!
PLEASE SEND FINISHED PHOTOS IN A TIMELY MANNER -1-3 WKS (DEPENDING ON AMOUNT OF PHOTOS AND/OR EDITS)
"Martionii Black Label" Press Release
On March 29th, the Martionii Black Label shot its innovative styling TV show. In a
particularly poignant scene, designer Martionii used household items to create living
sculptures. Martionii wrapped various plastic products around the show's host and a model.
Martionii wished to convey the danger of plastics to his audience.
Martionii noted that, "I did these as an art form; the plastic symbolizes death. The
plastic kills all natural living things; it stops the pores from breathing." Individuals who are
wrapped entirely in plastic will die. By wrapping household products and caution tape around
his models, Martionii was able to convey that it is important to shop with caution.
The designer noted that individuals should be careful when
buying garments from Forever 21, H&M, Robert Rodriguez, Wal-
Mart and Target. These major retailers all use polyester during
garment construction. Most consumers are familiar with polyester,
but do not know that it is a petroleum product made from plastic
and raw oil. Given the facts, why would consumers want to put such
materials on their bodies?
Martionii also wrapped the mouths of his models. By
wrapping the mouths, he was able to convey the silence with which
consumers continue to buy such products. By buying items made
from polyester, they are both harming the environment and
endangering their health. Even more, the majority of these
garments are produced in China. China is the number one polluter in
the world; the country has very few laws regulating production and
If the consumer continues purchasing without taking social responsibility, what kind of world
will be left for his or her children?
Thankfully, there are simple solutions to this problem. Consumers who can't afford to
purchase all-natural clothing made in countries with strong environmental regulations can visit
clothing exchanges and second hand stores. Buffalo Exchange and The Closet are excellent
examples of clothing recycling. Consumers can be fashionable and have a positive impact on
The Martionii Black Label philosophy is to make women feel sexy and look glamorous -- why
not? When wearing MBL, women adorn their bodies in the very best fabrics available. All of our
fabrics are 100 percent natural, with all clothing designs constructed in the U.S. We put time
and effort into constructing high-quality clothing. At MBL, we are proud to take social
responsibility and to make strides towards protecting our planet. The demonstration described
above was harmless for our models, as it took only a few seconds to complete.