202 Art Studios
202 Market Square SE, Roanoke, VA 24011
(entrance is located at the end of the outdoor seating area. Studio is located in the far back on the left.)
email: constant at undevelopedtheory dot com
Model Mayhem: You can contact me here however I must admit I do not check this site on a regular basis. That being said please do not take any offense to a lack of responses to tags or messages on Model Mayhem.
Other common shot locations:
Greensboro, Winston-Salem, NC (area)
Photo Shoot Location Schedule Update:
Roanoke, VA - June
Tampa, FL - August (dates TBA)
Atlanta, GA - September (dates TBA)
The most important human endeavor is the striving for morality in our actions. Our inner balance and even our very existence depend on it. Only morality in our actions can give beauty and dignity to life.
I enjoy working with different styles of art and different mediums such as traditional or digital art. The look of mixed media really appeals to me and that is the direction that I am trying to take my work. I enjoy working with photography, painting, digital art, 3d art, film, and motion graphics.
What I'm hoping to get from this website is a group of models, wardrobe stylists, and makeup artist that can work well together to create some very interesting visual pieces. I like to develop a personal relationship with the people I work with, I feel that it makes working with people a lot easier. I have no interest in dealing with drama or diva attitudes. I would like to develop a highly dependable group so that when a client needs a model in their project I know exactly what I can deliver.
One of the things that I can't stand is having my time wasted and because of that I do my best not to waste other peoples time. I know life can throw unexpected events at you and some times a person might have to cancel or show up late. That part does not bother me, however waiting till the last minute or not letting me know at all is very unprofessional.
As far as payment goes when I have a client that wants a model or I see the need for a model in a commercial piece, there is typically payment of some sort which is mainly dependent on the client's budget. Whenever I'm working on art for myself I do not pay models. Full credit is always given to the people that I work with I feel that is very important as we are all artist in our perspective areas.
If you would like to talk to me about working together or if you would like to discuss art in any form I would love to hear from you.