Kelsi McIntireModel Female Overland Park, Kansas, US
My Website: Facebook
Mayhem # 2033713
About MeThank you for looking at my profile and portfolio. I have gained much experience in the last year but I still have a lot to work on and learn as does every model. I am still working on building my portfolio up because I would really like to start getting paid jobs and get even more serious about modeling. However, I am interested in jobs without pay as well. Any kind of exposure helps. I am petite but I am not one to let that get in the way of photographing well or taking a good picture. If you have any questions or are interested, feel free to contact me through MM. Also, feel free to contact me on facebook. I spend more time on there then I probably should ;)
**Just a little side note, because i'm a full time student my availability may be limited during the school year. I'm in the process of graduating and transferring to another university so life is a little crazy at the moment. I thank you for your patience and flexibility if I've been trying to set up a shoot with you or if you are wanting to shoot. As of Summer 2013, I am taking a summer class T/TH in Am so I am free anytime after that on T/TH/SAT. I would be open to shoot on M/W/F/SUN if I have at least 2 weeks notice.
My ultimate goal in this industry is to do promotional modeling and/or specialize in swimsuit/lingerie such as what you would see in Sports Illustrated or Maxim.
I’m always looking for new and creative ideas for shoots and am always open to discuss with anyone willing to collaborate. However, I’m willing to do types of shoots that I have already done because there is always room for improvement.
Currently, I would like to the following types of shoots:
2. Boudoir/ Lingerie/Implied
3. Artistic—themes, wardrobe, hair/make up
6. Haute Couture
Daniel McBride Photography
David Page Studios
Long Road Home Productions
49th Street Photography
Brandi Nicole Photo
Raw Emotion's Tiffany Buckley
JM Artistry Jeff Olschki
Heritage College's Cosmetology/Esthetician students