Lolita ConundrumModel Female Waterford, Connecticut, US
My Website: LoLiTa CoNuNdRuMMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/lolitaconundrum
Mayhem # 1300420
About Me**UPDATE: My best friend and I now have our own YouTube channel in case anyone wants to check out some of our random video adventures :) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5FDPI6W4wTAGXgvjTSYpfg/videos **
I am a full-time model and am available for hire for almost any kind of creative project. If something strikes my fancy, I'll give it a shot, so please don't hesitate to ask :)
I have been modeling since September 2008.
Art is my life and I definately consider photography and modeling a form of artwork. It is an amazing way to express oneself. Aside from modeling I also do some of my own artwork which includes photography, drawing, watercolor painting and creating collages and scrapbooks. I pride myself in being a very polite and respectful person. I have a boyfriend and we've been together since August 2005, and I do have to say that I will always bring him with me to any shoots out of respect for him and for safety reasons (if you would also like to shoot him or us together we are more than willing. He is also willing to assist the photographer if asked. No charge of course since he will already be there anyway). Fun for me on a nice day off is going out adventuring with my boyfriend and modeling/photographing in new interesting places we find so I can practice and improve my modeling skills. I absolutely LOVE animals, and have a cute little Pomeranian/Sheltie mix named Frodo. That being said, if you want me to model with any kind of animal I am completely willing and would look forward to it!
I have no piercings except one in each ear, and I have 3 tattoos; a scorpion on my left arm, raven wings on my back and a tiny purple heart on the side of my right leg. My shirt size is X-Small and pant/dress size is 0.
I am willing to travel as long as I am compensated for gas if it is a long drive.
I love all forms of lolita fashion; gothic lolita, sweet lolita, punk lolita, sailor lolita, etc. But I am open to different ideas as well. I am pretty versatile and don't pigeonhole myself to specific categories in modeling. Yes I do prefer some looks over others, but if the artist/photographer wants a different image I believe its the models' job as a professional to adapt to their artistic vision. I do however tend to naturally give off that innocent look. I will do artistic nudes, but please don't ask me to do anything pornographic or fetish related, thank you.
I am willing to do trades for things like clothing, jewelry, etc. Basically if its something I really like or need. But only on rare occasions will I do TFP. I'm always willing to negotiate, so feel free to ask :) If you are out of state and still would like me to model any of your designs my boyfriend can take the photos (we own a Nikon D80 DSLR) and I will send them to you so they can be used for your advertising needs :)
If you are interested in hiring me please feel free to message about my rates and include details about what you are interested in doing and we can work on setting something up!!!! :)
~I am featured here in The Sigils section of the website for artist Jay Gidwitz. Here you can find some photos and also see me in the video art titled The Sigils IV
~Mooreno (David Moore)
~Gccdesigns (Gary Detonnancourt Photography)
~Jay Gidwitz Art
~An amazing NY photographer (who prefers not to be named on here)
~PixelEdge Studio (Jim Mattingly)
~Opti-Mystic (Guy Roland)
~Sean J Photo
~Lou Zucchi Photography
~Video for Travelers Insurance by Motion Inc.
~Webisode 5: Drawing The Figure (Part 1) by Scott Waddell
~Figure Painting Demonstration by Scott Waddell (full video available for download)
~Drawing & Painting by Scott Waddell (full video available for download)
~Trashion Fashion Show 2013
~Trashion Fashion Show 2014
~International Contemporary Artists Vol. IV (Features a painting I was in by Chris Zhang)
~Les Lolitas Au-dela du miroir by Patrice Lamare
~Confessions of a Murder Suspect by James Patterson (My fingers were used for the book cover)
~Inked Magazine (NYC)