Mayhem # 2007862
About MeAt present moment, I haven't been doing much of modeling. I'm currently about 3 months pregnant right now, so most of my time has gone to working extra time or into planning for my little one. I do have free time here and there, if anyone's interested in a shoot, but my wants and needs in the modeling terms have taken a change. Previous, I did a few fetish shoots, which I will not be doing anymore. Not that the shoots themselves weren't fun and interesting, but because I no longer feel challenged in that aspect. All the shoots felt the same toward the end. So on to a new concept. I'm very much wanting to get into beauty and fashion/glamour shoots, and possibly maternity ones as soon as my bump decides to make an appearance. On to a little about me!
-I do not, under any circumstance, do nude shoots. Comfort is a firm demand of mine in terms of a photoshoot, and I am not comfortable being nude around strangers.
-I don't do paid shoots in that, I don't pay photographers, and I don't expect them to pay me. I do it so the photographer has something to put in their portfolio, and I've got amazing pictures to show off.
-I'm a fun-loving person. I love to make my photographers laugh between shots. Too much seriousness makes me nervous, which you can tell in your images. I work best when I'm relaxed and comfortable.
-I used to be an aspiring fashion designer, and, if given a length of time proper before the shoot, I can make almost any outfit needed for a shoot. This does not mean I can make clothes for others. The way I make clothes for myself is a difficult process that I'm not entirely sure anyone would be willing to endure (which is why I am no longer an aspiring fashion designer)
-I take great pride in my work, and any shoot that I do, and I provide the utmost of respect for the photographers that shoot with me. I do not, however, tolerate trash talking other photographers to me, as I am not an instrument for a turf war, and if you're a photographer that will downtalk my previous shoots, I will not shoot with you. Criticism is one thing, but to outright dismiss it because it is not what you would do, or you are against it is another. Also, I prefer to meet with the photoggrapher before the shoot just to get a feel of the atmosphere surrounding them. If I do not feel comfortable around a photographer, I will not shoot with them. If I shoot with you and stop communication with you after, it means that I felt very uncomfortable during or after the shoot and no longer wish to shoot with you.
-Professionalism, to a certain degree, is a must. Like I said previously, I love to laugh and joke with my photographers, but if any line is crossed, I won't be shooting again.