Emily LizModel Female Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US
My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/emilyeliza
Mayhem # 1368278
*Just a thank you for everyone's patience with me through September and October. It's been a chaotic couple of months on my end, and while I try to remain professional and on top of the game through anything, the circumstances I've been dealing with as of late knocked me off the grid. I am back on the grid, trying to catch up, and ready to go. Thank you again for all who were patient with me during this trying time.*
I'm always looking for ways to make my portfolio a little more eclectic and any ideas are welcome! (I prefer to not do heavy bondage or nudity, however, implied nudity is up for discussion.) I love to mix it up, so as much as I enjoy that traditional photo shoot, if you want to mix it up with insane scenarios, unconventional hair, outfits, make up, etc.... bring it on!
Will do implied nudes for compensation. Further nudity up for discussion - depends on project!
*PLEASE NOTE: I have no problem with TF shoots. They work because both the model and the photographer get something out of the shoot to gain experience, experiment with different projects, or enhance a portfolio. I am fully aware and completely understanding of the fact that editing down and processing photos takes time. Please keep in mind, though, that once the shoot is over, the photographers have their photos - and while as models, we ABSOLUTELY understand that photo turn around is not immediate and we do NOT expect you to go to any lengths to expedite the process, it is the models that are usually the party that walks away from a shoot empty handed (like I said, albeit temporarily.) We have given you our time and very often, spent money on wardrobe or props and used our own resources on the shoot as well. So please return pictures within a reasonable amount of time. 2-3 weeks is understandable. Well over a MONTH is not, especially if you state during the arrangement of the shoot that turn around will only be a week or two, then cease to communicate after the shoot.
What we BOTH receive, as models, photographers, make-up artists, etc, is a service from someone. Across the board, we all help each other. To not compensate in any way, or to delay that compensation - in most cases, the pictures - without reason or explanation is unfair and unprofessional. I rarely charge for photo shoots. I don't consider myself a "professional" model, as I do this for freelance, so I am fine with TF/TFCD. Don't mistake this to mean that this is not a genuine passion of mine.
There's lots of talent here. Let's keep MM professional and a trustworthy community!