Mange VorheesModel Male New Haven, Connecticut, US My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/MangeVorhees
Mayhem # 2868076
About MeBack in the game of modelling, I've re-listed here in the hopes of finding new people to work with and get more experience. I'm looking, with this profile, to see how far I can take modelling. How much can I push myself to learn and work harder at evocative imagery? I have a distinct look that lends itself obviously to the punk/deathrock subculture, but am looking to also work in fetish and erotic photography, and will be expanding into runway as opportunities arise. Any sort of shoot is of interest, so feel free to contact me. I'm centrally located between Boston and NYC, and can easily travel within New England or the tri-state area. Working 9-5 at the moment makes travel outside those limitations tricky, but feel free to ask and I'll do my best to work things out. I'm especially interested in oddball ideas. The edgier, the better. Intrigue me. Confuse me. Try to scare me. I prefer a challenge where I have to really think about how to make my role work.
I'm also fully adept at doing my own make-up and hair for subculture shoots or fetish work. It's not evidenced by the pictures, but both sides of my head are shaved, the right side of the scalp tattooed. I can spike my mohawk, but as it stands about 2 1/2' tall at this point, I would need to do so with an assistant at the location of a shoot. Frankly, it won't fit in a car. Likewise, I have heavy body mods, such as:
full left sleeve, going onto chest and back
some work on right arm, both legs
labret, two lip rings, three nostril rings, septum ring, PA, guiche
Q: Can your piercings be hidden or removed?
Any of the piercings can be hidden using clear plastic retainers if a shoot requires.
Q: Does your hair cover the scalp when down?
I usually straighten my hair, and it does cover my scalp, though brushing/styling may make it look somewhat thinner.
Q: Will you do "play-piercing" shoots?
Yes, but if it's not a very well-known piercer, I'm going to request photos of work done by them. This is not to sound rude or insult your professional contacts, but I've seen a number of people who call themselves piercers, but have zero formal training.
Q: Do you have any requirements for shoots (specific dietary constraints, staff, etc)?
No, I show up for the shoot and just accept whatever situation it is. But a bottle of inexpensive red wine is always nice...