(Please read this profile entirely before contacting me to shoot.)
I am a model, artist, actor, musician, stylist, aerialist, and variety performer living in the Seattle area. I am a chameleon; a prolific and expressive model, and can create dynamic characterizations and sets applicable to art, fetish and horror modeling as well as being statuesque for editorial and fashion applications.
I most enjoy working on projects that appear other worldly or very high fashion, high contrast, high key or have a deeper meaning/story to the images. Elaborate, simple, whatever - visually stunning, striking, a little odd, and strangely sexy is my soft spot.
I like to arrive to my shoots prepared and on time, and do not appreciate flaking or being flaked on. Often I will send preview images of outfits and ideas as I brainstorm a few days before a shoot, and am also good for some spontaneous shooting with very little notice. I am silly and sometimes make faces. I snort when I laugh. I cuss. No, really.
I can do my own makeup and styling when required. I also create awesome dread wigs that are great for fantasy, goth, and fetish shoots. (http://fakehair.net
My hair is short, and rich brown in color.
I have a substantial tattoo on my low back, and scars on my thighs which are easily photoshopped. I also have a nubbin. I love it, but you can get rid of it in post if desired.
My hourly rate is $80 an hour, $550 a day, and IS NEGOTIABLE - I like to be paid, and I also enjoy the collaborative nature of this work. If you are excited to work with me, are inspired by my portfolio and/or have ideas, please contact me!
I am interested in portfolio building TFP shoots involving experienced MUA's, Wardrobe Stylists and Hair Designers. EXAMPLES of the kinds of TFP projects that would entice me: http://www.modelmayhem.com/list.php?lis … p;id=39251
I will likely consider TFP with you regardless of number of team members involved if:
1) The quality of your images are equal to or greater than those in my portfolio
2) The shoot is for a print publication.
3) The style of your work is something I don't have for my portfolio, and I want it.
Though not required, priority is given to skilled photographers who are open to sharing large sized images of the entire shoot with me, especially if it is of my concept/costuming/hair/styling/MUA. I enjoy doing post work, most of my portfolio is my own post, and I don't suck at it.