Paul Harold

Photographer Male Seattle, Washington, US My MM URL:
Mayhem # 320

About Me

I have been doing photography since childhood but began in earnest over 30 years ago when It was a major part of the construction engineering job I had. Since then I have used my craft in several other venues as well as my own personal work since then. I began working with fashion and glamour models over a decade ago and have now photographed over 300 models.

My passion is to capture feminine beauty in all its forms.  I have an insatiable appreciation of feminine beauty and my efforts are aimed at crafting images that maximize the beauty of every model I work with.

I do fashion, swimsuit, lingerie, glamour & artistic figure photography. My work includes model test shoots and portfolio development.  I have had my images published in national fashion & modeling magazines.

TFP/TFCD shoots are available to selected exceptional models that I feel have potential as a swimsuit & lingerie glamour models and who have a personal desire to do glamour or figure art images.
Proof Of Age
All Models must present picture identification (driver's license or passport) as proof of age.

If you are under 18 year old you will need to have a parent (perferably your mother) with you. There are 2 reasons, First a model is required to sign a Consent and Release form and in the State Of Washington minors cannot legally sign such documents. Second I am not willing to risk possible lawsuits from parents who were not aware of their child's actions. Therefore no minors will be allowed on set without a face to face meeting with their parent or legal guardian. 

I would encourage, expect and welcome you to bring someone with you. It will make both of us feel more comfortable. However, a Chaperone must keep in mind that their sole role is to serve the purpose of ensuring the safety of the model. They are not the model's coach. With the exception of the parents of small children, chaperones are not generally welcome on the set unless they are needed to assist the photographer.
Boyfriends, husbands and/or fathers are generally not welcome on photo shoots as they all too often become jealous and/or possessive and frequently will attempt to disrupt or take control of the shoot. If they are your last resort then bring them but only in the most extreme situations. I recommend you bring your mother or a girl friend.

Models are responsible for the behavior of their escorts. If I determine that the quality of a shoot is being compromised by the interference of an escort, I will terminate the shoot and the model will not be paid.


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Credit Notes

2004 Teeze Magazine Spring (Premier) Issue

2005 "Poetry in Motion" v1 by Bryant H. McGill



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