Modeling bio for Sabrina Stone
I am seeking work as well as TFP/TFCD I do not PAY a photographer.
If you are a photographer and have work or TFCD, then you may contact me.
If your a hair stylist or makeup artist that needs models Contact me.
If you are anyone else that needs a model for work Contact me
I make my living as a model.
This is not a hobby.
Please respect this.
Also, I am not looking for a boyfriend nor am I looking for casual chit chat via emails, IM's or another cyber means. Email me only if you are hiring.
I was born in the small town of Guanavacoa, Cuba which is very close to Havana.
I know: I don't look "Cuban". Many people think that to be a Cuban or other Hispanic, that you have to look "Mexican". This is totally not correct. Many Hispanics are blonde haired, red heads, and have all sorts of different eye colors.
Hispanics with blood that is more Spanish tend to have a variety of looks. Many appear to be your standard European. I had to add this info because people can be totally ignorant about other cultures and you can't even begin to imagine what they say to me! My family was very poor. My mother worked in the sugar cane fields and my father worked in a dairy farm.
Life in Cuba was very bad under the Castro regime. All that we had was considered to be the property of the government - even the fruit from the trees we had in our yards. The Cuban Government would arrest you if you were to eat any of the fruit or use State owned beaches. All these amenities were for the Government and tourists. Food was rationed and we were told what to eat, when to eat it and how much we
could eat. We could not wear shoes. If you were to buy shoes, then you were not allowed to buy underwear. The Government regulated every facet of our lives. We didn't have bathrooms in our houses. We had to use public co-ed bathrooms and showers where several families (men and women together) would use the toilet and shower without any privacy whatsoever.
Coming to the United States when I was around six years old was the greatest thing to happen to me at that time. We settled in Miami, Florida as do almost all Cuban immigrants. Florida offered much more to us than Cuba and it was there that we began to settle in as new Resident Aliens. My family stayed in Florida for a few years and then we moved to Southern California where I am residing still.
Life in Southern California was no better than Florida. My family was still very poor and life was generally difficult. There was a time when I was sixteen years old and I had to hold down three jobs to support my large family. One was at a nationally known pizza delivery company; another was at a nationally known hot dog restaurant; and the third was a major super market chain. I worked very hard to survive because that is the way I was brought up. Hard work has always been a way of life for me and I am not afraid of it. I bring that work ethic to my modeling career.
I was nineteen years old when I met the love of my life, who was soon to become my husband, my soul mate, my lover. We were married and settled in Southern California. I realized another dream and became an American citizen just nine days before my wedding!! I am the only American citizen in my family.
I had always wanted to become a model, but because of my difficult life, the opportunities were just not there. Now that I was married, things began to change. I gave birth to two gorgeous children. One girl and one boy. My husband and I feel that our family is now complete.
I decided to get involved in modeling after my second child was born. I went through several agencies and I was not at all satisfied. I decided to become a freelance model and started getting work. I remained a freelance model for about two years and then started working with my current manager.
I am a very dependable, loveable, bubbly woman with a childlike streak in me. I am playful and easy to work with because I have so much to be thankful for. The modeling experience is my greatest dream and I give all my employers their money's worth not only in my work, but in my dependability and my attitude. I always show up to work. I am almost always on time if not early. I do not use drugs of any kind. I do not smoke and I very rarely drink. I am very much into a healthy lifestyle and work out at the gym regularly for my own good and also to keep myself looking good for my career.
There is only one thing that upsets me about my career and that is the fact people tend to turn me down for jobs requiring Latina models because they say I am "not Latina enough!" I can assure you I am very Latin and even though I have my dark hair bleached, I do indeed speak Spanish and I am certainly a full blooded Cuban!!! To expect all Latina to have dark hair is a racist idea I intend to expose and change.
If you don't believe me, just watch the Spanish soap operas and Spanish news stations. Look at the women and see they look like American women. There are many natural blondes with all sorts of eye colors who are very, very Latin. I point this out to you just to educate people.
I hope this little biography tells you enough about me. I try to speak from my heart and be honest with people. I am very serious about my modeling career and I really like to work with people who are serious about working with models in general.
*** I DON'T DO NUDE SO PLEASE DON'T ASK****
*** I TAKE SOMEONE WITH ME FOR EVERY SHOOT*** NO EXCEPTIONS!!