Michelle GenevieveModel Female Austin, Texas, US
My Website: Michelle MartinMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/viajero
Mayhem # 788074
Welcome, and thanks for visiting my page!
I'm new to modeling but not new to photography or to MM (I'm a skilled photographer with plenty of experience shooting models), so now I'll get to be on the other side of the camera!
WHAT CAN I DO FOR YOU?
When you book a shoot with me you can count on me to be professional, to be on time and to come ready to work. I have reliable transportation and I don't make excuses. I'm not a diva - this is work and that's exactly what you can expect from me.
I am not a professional MUA but I can do my own makeup and I will come to the shoot with everything I need. I'm also handy with wardrobe, props and set dressing. I can even run electrical cables!
If you're interested in using me for promotional events my physical stature is a real attention-getter. I'm bilingual (Spanish).
I have no tattoos, I have single piercings in my ears and a navel piercing. I have very few small scars that you probably won't even notice.
I can ride a horse, and I can ride a motorcycle. I have not one but TWO motorcycles, and I have all sorts of biker wear should you be interested.
However . . .
I'm very interested in discussing how I can help make your project a success, but sorry, I don't do nudes (or even implied nudes). I have no moral issues with nudes (I've shot plenty of them myself) but it's just not the direction I want my modeling work to go. Skimpy swimsuits or revealing lingerie? I'm in, as long as there's some fabric involved in places where it counts.
PAID or TRADE?
I'm open to just about any project, particularly commercial fashion jobs. Of course, we all want to be paid and I'm no exception, but I'd also be interested in trade for a commercial job if there's a guaranteed tear sheet. Otherwise, nobody - not the photographer, the MUA or the model - should be working for free for a commercial client.
I absolutely LOVE TF! It's a wonderful way to try new things or to establish new professional relationships. But let's be sensible - if we do TF for a project of our own it really needs to add something to both of our portfolios. Your work - and mine, too - should be at least as good as what we already have in our portfolios (and with the potential to be even better), otherwise we're not doing anything to improve each other's skills and reputation, right?
SO CALL ME, MAYBE?
If you think I might be able to fill a need you have feel free to give me a shout. Contact me through MM and let's discuss your project and we'll see if we can do something for each other.
* C O M M E N T S *
If I comment on your work it's because I like what you're doing. I'm not fishing for return comments, so PLEASE don't feel obligated to do the same. If you like my images, that's fine, nice comments are always welcome. Otherwise, just take the compliment and have a nice day!
M O D E L I N G
If my portfolio looks good it's because I have worked with some very talented people. Here are some of them:
A C T I N G
• "Men, Women and Children" (Paramount, 2014). Bar patron.
• "The Man Without a Face" (Icon, 1993). School graduation audience.
• "American Crime" (ABC Studios, 2014). Modesto Detective.
• "Revolution" (Bad Robot / Warner Bros., 2013). Willoughby Patriot.
• "From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series" (FactoryMade / El Rey Network, 2013). Church Goer.
• "Make 'Em Tough!" (RCA, Moorestown, NJ). Lead role in military training film.