My name is Christine, and I am a half Japanese, half Czech full time professional model who comes with no tattoos, piercings, or body modifications. My skin is a healthy, slightly tan olive tone, my hair long and naturally brown, and my stats are 5'3'' at 100 lbs with my measurements being 32-24-35. I am of similar arm/leg/torso proportions to a taller model.
I live in Los Angeles. Here is my travel schedule outside of that area. All listed locations are 100% confirmed with tickets, arrangements, etc in hand.
San Francisco / Bay area - May 10th to May 12th, 2014
Washington, DC - May 28th to June 2nd, 2014
As of this time, I'm focusing on paid shoots. Amateur or professional - I don't discriminate, so don't be afraid to write me whether you are just starting out or highly experienced.
If you want to set up a trade/test shoot with me, please keep in mind that I keep them very limited. I do give consideration to TF projects for serious publications or trade for unique wardrobe/very rare concept ideas. Please check my "Awesome" list for styles and concepts that catch my eye.
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Notable credits include...
Model for Ministry's "From Beer to Eternity" international album release cover and booklet, model for cover of JapanUp! Magazine available across the greater Los Angeles area in print, Modern Salon website, Gladys Magazine Summer Issue 2013 available via Barnes and Nobles, Metropolitan Fashion Week for Kicka Custom Design at Pasadena City Hall, Playboy's The Morning Show, David Mack: Ink & Brush (Exhibition of Illustrations), Gallery Provocateur's "Chrysalis" with Jeff Wack in Chicago, IL, The Illumination at the Copro Gallery with Jim Pavelec in Santa Monica, California, Slip at Boshin Gallery with Allan Amato in Los Angeles, Pershing Square Artwalk with Allan Barnes in downtown Los Angeles