Josie NutterModel Female Seattle, Washington, US
My Website: JosieNutter.comMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/josienutter
Mayhem # 1638
I am not a moderator anymore. (Haven't really been active on this site for years because work keeps me too busy, unfortunately.)
I'm temporarily retired at the moment since I am doing software engineering & UX work for a startup ( http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tec … -vr-system ) pretty much more-than-full-time until summer or so, but I plan on getting back into modeling and theater a bit for fun once the first production run of castAR has been completed.
Here are some examples of the sorts of shoots that I want to work on once I have more free time: http://www.modelmayhem.com/list.php?list_id=63062
Preference is given to shoots that can provide a makeup artist and costuming. My personal wardrobe is limited to business casual, jeans, t-shirts, and hiking gear. (Quite a bit different than what's in my portfolio!) Due to rising transportation costs, preference will be given to locations within a half hour drive from downtown Seattle. Out-of-state travel isn't entirely out of the question, but I will probably have to have other reasons for going to justify the time and expense. March, June, early-to-mid August, and mid-November to early December are usually too busy to shoot during. I do not do nudes, swimwear/lingerie, art modeling, promotional modeling or hostessing. Offering pay for those does nothing for me - if I wanted to make money on the side, I'd freelance my professional computer programming skills.
Okay, now that I sound like a total pain in the ass, let me try to assure you that I am actually super easy going in person. I'm a huge nerd, and while I love to be silly, I can buckle down and be serious when the project calls for it. I can take direction and hold poses, but I can also be fluid and do my own thing once I've gotten comfortable being around new people. Setting expectations up front goes a LONG way to making everything run as smoothly as possible.
Please feel free to check references; I go to great lengths to maintain a reputation for being reliable and easy to work with.
I've been doing this for a really long time. Here is a partial list of people I've worked with over the years...
Arturo Jauregui (Oakland), Chad Michael Ward (Los Angeles), Christine Kessler (Los Angeles), Craig Thomson (Seattle), Danielle Bedics (Los Angeles), Donald Holman (Seattle), Elizabeth Zusev (NYC), Eyeworks Photography (Joplin), Hypnox Photography (Portland), Kevin Hundsnurscher (Seattle), Lithium Picnic (Houston), Michael Moe (Seattle), Nina Ruchirat (Seattle), Oliver Mendoza (San Francisco), Rachel Stephens (Los Angeles), Ric Kasnoff (Seattle), Sander Steins (Netherlands), Sebastian Studios (Seattle), Shai Wallach (London), Stephane Lord (Montreal), Studio 889 (Seattle), Visio Luxus (Portland), Zach Pennington (Pensacola), Zille Defeu (San Francisco), and many more.
Angel Jagger (Los Angeles), Christine Aguiling (Seattle), Ciara McCarthy (London), Dawn Tunnell (Seattle), Julie A (San Francisco), Leah Dawn Bautista (Seattle), Makeup and Hair by J (Kansas City), Miz Deliverance (Seattle), Pink Beauty (Seattle), Risa Hoshino (Seattle), Susanne Crawford (Seattle), and many more.
FASHION DESIGNERS & CLOTHING STORES
(For fashion shows and/or photoshoots.)
Boring Sidney (Seattle), Dark Industry Clothing (Seattle), Diva Dollz (Seattle), Evil Kitty Kreations (Los Angeles), Faerie Grove (Atlanta), Fantasy UnLimited (Seattle), H77 by Miyuki (Seattle), Imp of Satan (Seattle), Kimmi Clothing (Seattle), Lady Hawthorne (Seattle), Lust Designs (San Francisco), Original Sin Design (Washington DC), Peacock Blue Design Studio (Virginia), Ritual Designs (Montreal), Salvation:Ware (Seattle), See-Throo (Los Angeles), Strange Attractors (Santa Cruz), Taissa Lada Designs (Minneapolis), The Bra Show (Seattle), The Metro (Seattle), Versatile Fashions (Los Angeles), Winter Couture (Seattle), and many more.