Mayhem # 1873069
About MeMy name is Carmen Rodriguez, I was born in Chihuahua, Mexico but raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I am currently a Junior at the University of New Mexico working on a double major (Biology and Psychology). Modeling has opened my eyes to another dimension of this wonderful world and I love to learn from every experience. I've been to a few casting calls for commercials and TV but due to financial responsibilities and school, I have not been able to take those great opportunities. Every modeling experience has been a wonderful journey in which I learn from. I try to take in constructive criticism and grow from it. For anyone who is interested in joining and being part of this journey, please send me a message and let's get to work!!
I believe that Model Mayhem would be the avenue to promote and explore new opportunities.
Right now, I just want to get out there, take everything in, and enjoy this wonderful experience. I am open minded and would like to collaborate with a variety of models, photographers, make-up artists, etc to create art. I am currently interested in TFP shoots-- but could definitely use the money (who couldn't).
**I came across a MM'er (Mayhem #87143) and thought her portfolio was stunning. She motivated me and is a truly admirable... I one day hope to be where she is now.
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Credit NotesI'd like to thank:
Rick Rhodes Photography for introducing me to this wonderful world of art and beauty, and for helping me with my first modeling experience. I'd also like to thank his beautiful wife, Debbie, for her patience and support to her husband's work.
Also, a special shout out to my friend Erika Arvizo for the hook up
Alex (Buggs Photography) for his amazing, eye-catching work and for inviting me to the Dia de los Muertos project which was a total success!
I'd also like to thank Dina DeVore for her amazing work as the MUA. Her work is precise and beautifully detailed.
David Silverstein (Imagicart) for the amazing journey to Jemez Falls, and for the opportunity of working with him. I learned lots; like how cold the water can be--Bbrrrrr and what a great team is able to produce.