Danish-American and a ton of other things within those. I grew up in Europe; I've been in the states for two and a half years now. If you're serious about your craft and would like to work together, feel free to contact me :)
-- Agency represented.
If you're messaging me about a casting/shoot/gig please include what the pay will be, who's running the show (production, client), and what exactly it is as well as what is expected of me. Please include plenty of details and PLEASE do so before asking me for any personal contact information. If I don't know much about you or the project I most likely won't feel comfortable giving out my number to a stranger over the internet lol.
If you're interested in TFP please tell me what exactly you have in mind. If you don't have a link to your work or much info on your MM profile, please include that as well. I like to know who I'm working with :)
I'm not interested in paying anyone for pictures (sorry, but thanks anyway). I will, however, keep good photographers in mind for any gigs that allow me to recommend or choose them.
fyi photogs- a paparazzi shot of a celeb should not be in your portfolio. what should be in your portfolio are samples of your work. if theres a subject, it should be a collaboration. you work WITH someone. anyone can take a picture of a celebrity with any camera. it doesnt up your status as a photog cause you caught them on camera on their way out of a store or at some event. same goes for photogs who do shoots based around a clothing brand and try to get away with saying it was an official shoot. just because a photographer shoots a brand, doesn't mean its linked to the actual company. I'm saying this so that models are aware too. don't let that crap fool you.
Lastly, I don't do nudes. it says it on my profile. If you send me a message please have the consideration to read the little bit of information there is on my page - it might be somewhat relevant and it might save us both some time.